- Ambassador François Delattre
Ambassador François Delattre was appointed Ambassador of France to the United States in February 2011 after serving as Ambassador of France to Canada (2008-2011), Consul General in New York (2004-2008) and Press and Communications Director at the French Embassy in Washington, D.C. (1998-2002).
A member of President Jacques Chirac’s foreign policy team (1995-1998), François Delattre was responsible for European and trans-Atlantic defense and security matters and managing the Bosnian crisis.
He also served as Deputy Director of the French Foreign Minister’s Office (2002-2004) and was a member of Foreign Minister Alain Juppé’s cabinet (1993-1995), following two years with the Strategic, Security and Disarmament Department of the French Foreign Ministry (1991-1993).
François Delattre was posted in Bonn at the French Embassy in Germany (1989-1991), where he was in charge of matters pertaining to the economic impact of Germany’s unification and the environment.
Ambassador François Delattre is a regular reference in local and national press outlets. Click here
Ambassador François Delattre visits many cities across the U.S. to meet policy makers, foster French-American relations in all areas, from culture and science to trade and investment. Take a look at these visits on a map.
François Delattre’s speeches made during events here in Washington, D.C. but also during his visits to many other cities in the U.S.