The President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, appointed Nadhir Al-Arbawi as Prime Minister, succeeding Ayman bin Abdelrahmane, whose duties were terminated, and who had held the position since June 30, 2021.
Al-Arbawi served as Algeria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations before being appointed Director of the Office of the Presidency of the Republic.
Nadir Al-Arbawi began his career as a lawyer registered in the Algerian Bar Association before joining the Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a diplomat.
During his long diplomatic career, Arbawi held several positions, including Ambassador to Pakistan, Director General of Legal and Consular Affairs, Director of the Maghreb, Director of International Economic Relations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Representative of Algeria in the General Secretariat of the Arab Maghreb Union headquartered in Rabat, Morocco, and Member of the Board of Directors of the Maghreb Center for Studies and Research. Then the Algerian ambassador to Cairo.
He was recalled in October 2019 from his position as Ambassador to Cairo and Permanent Representative of Algeria to the League of Arab States, and appointed as Advisor to Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra, before being appointed in September 2021 as Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Algeria to the United Nations in New York.
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