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Personal Data

Full Name        : TUY RY

Date of Birth     : 21 February 1954

Place of Birth   : Kampong Cham, Cambodia

Sex                 : Male

Marital Status   : Married

Children           : Two (02)

 

Qualification
1973 Baccalaureate II, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
1975 Faculty of Pharmacy, Phnom Penh University
1980 Diplomatic Course, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cambodia
1986-92 Master of Arts in International Law, International Relations Institute of Moscow, Russian Federation
1999

A Professional, Development Program for ASEAN Regional Forum, Foreign Affairs and Defense Professionals. Course on Multilateralism: Regional, Security in the New Millennium, the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, DC
-Seminar on International Crisis Management for ASEAN Diplomats, Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations, Malaysia

2000 Training Program on First International Trade and WTO Agreement   Implementation, Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Seoul, ROK
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Professional Experiences
2007-2013 Director of International Organizations Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC)
2004-07 Minister Counselor, Deputy Head of Mission, Royal Embassy of Cambodia to Belgium, EU, Austria and Luxembourg
2003-04 Inspector General, Inspectorate General, MFAIC, and Director of Cabinet of MFAIC
1999-2003 Deputy Director-General, Directorate General of ASEAN, MFAIC
1999 Deputy Director of Security Cooperation Department, General Directorate of ASEAN, MFAIC
1997-99 Bureau Chief, Security Cooperation Department, MFAIC
1996-97 First Secretary, Permanent Mission of Cambodia to the UN in New York
1993-96 Second Secretary, Permanent Mission of Cambodia to the UN in New York
 1980-1993  Official of the Department of International Organizations Department, MFAIC
Knowledge of Languages
  • English
  • Russian

 

Awards

 

The Royal Order of Monisaraphon: ASSARIDDH Class, January 2003 

 

The Royal Order of Gold Medal : Working Class, January 2003