Tamer Azzamis currently Deputy Chief of mission at the Egyptian Embassy in Addis Abeba and Permanent Representation to the AU. After a brief stay in Cairo in 2012, Tamer took on the post of a Second Secretary/Political Officer at the Egyptian Embassy in Berlin. Furthermore he participated within the AEC in supporting the Post Secession talks between the two countries in Addis Ababa in 2011, led by former South African President Thabo Mbeki.
Prior to this, he was seconded to the Political Secretariat of the Assessment and Evaluation Commission (AEC) – responsible for monitoring the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between North and South Sudan. He’s first assignment abroad, after joining the Egyptian diplomatic service in 2005 as desk officer, has been in the Egyptian Embassy in Sudan.
Tamer graduated from the Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences at Cairo University in 2003. After graduation, Tamer worked for the UNHCR Cairo Office as an Eligibility Assistant for almost a year. His personal hobbies are reading, playing chess and struggling against the German language.
Diplomacy and Foreign Relations, Conflict Resolution and Mediation