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North American president appointed new ambassador to Angola

US President Joe Biden indicated "the intention to nominate" Abigail L. Dressel as the new ambassador to Angola, according to a White House statement.


The current ambassador, Tulinabo Mishingi, only ends his term in March 2025, but the process, which also involves confirmation by the United States Senate before Abigail L. Dressel is formally appointed, has already been started by the White House.

Tulinabo Mishingi was nominated by Biden on April 19, 2021, and confirmed by the Senate on December 18, 2021, having presented letters of credentials to President João Lourenço on March 9, 2022.

Abigail L. Dressel, who is expected to be the next ambassador to Angola and São Tomé and Príncipe, is a career diplomat, with the rank of minister counselor, and is currently deputy chief of mission at the North American embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina .

Previously, she also worked at the embassies of Maputo (Mozambique) and was a counselor at the embassies of Colombia and Brazil.

She also carried out diplomatic activities at the embassies of Lisbon (Portugal), Lima (Peru) and San Salvador (El Salvador) and speaks fluent Spanish and Portuguese.

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