List of ambassadors of New Zealand to China

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The Ambassador from New Zealand to China is New Zealand's foremost diplomatic representative in China, and in charge of New Zealand's diplomatic mission in China.

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The embassy is located in Beijing, China's capital city. New Zealand has maintained a resident ambassador in China since 1973. The Ambassador to China is concurrently accredited to Mongolia.

List of heads of mission

Ambassadors to China

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References

  1. "McCully announces next Ambassador to China". Beehive.govt.nz. New Zealand Government . Retrieved 16 February 2019.
  2. "New Ambassador to China announced". Beehive.govt.nz. New Zealand Government . Retrieved 16 February 2019.