EXECUTIVE LECTURE FORUM:
Activities: 2002: Bio: Logoglu
 

December 4, 2002 Ambassador Faruk Logoglu

Ambassador O. Faruk Logoglu,
Ambassador, Embassy of the Republic of Turkey

Dr. Osman Faruk Loğoğlu, was appointed Ambassador of Turkey to the United States in 2001.  He has held numerous posts at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, most recently as Undersecretary, 2000-2001, Deputy Undersecretary of Political Affairs, 1998-2000, and Deputy Director General at the Department of Bilateral Political Affairs in Greece, 1989-1993. He has also been an ambassador on two previous occasions: to Denmark from 1993 to 1996 and to Azerbaijan from 1996 to 1998. In addition, Ambassador Loğoğlu has served as the Consul General at the Turkish Consulate General in Hamburg, Germany, 1986-1989, and Counselor to the Turkish Permanent Delegation at the United Nations in New York, 1980-1984. He earned his masters degree from Brandies University in 1963 and his doctorate in political development and leadership from Princeton University in 1969. Ambassador Loğoğlu, who is fluent in English and French, has also lectured at Middlebury College, in Vermont, and has published a book about the creation of the modern Turkish State in 1969.

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