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  • Friday, July 31st 2020 - 10:30 UTC

    Ian Duddy arrives to lead the British Embassy team in Chile

    Ian (left) joined the Diplomatic Service in 2000 and most recently worked as British Ambassador to Uruguay from 2016-2020.

    Mr. Ian Duddy has been appointed Ambassador to the Republic of Chile in succession to Mr Jamie Bowden. Mr Duddy’s priorities will be focused on UK-Chile co-operation in response to the Coronavirus crisis, including efforts for a clean, resilient global economic recovery and promoting meaningful action to tackle climate change in the lead-up to the COP26 UN climate conference hosted in Glasgow in November 2021 by the UK in partnership with Italy.

  • Saturday, December 21st 2019 - 10:53 UTC

    Ms O'Connor, new UK ambassador to Uruguay, takes appointment in August 2020

    Ms Faye O’Connor will take up her appointment during August 2020 in succession of current ambassador Ian Duddy.

    Ms. Faye O’Connor OBE has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Uruguay in succession to Mr. Ian Duddy who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Ms. O’Connor will take up her appointment in August 2020.

  • Monday, November 19th 2018 - 08:07 UTC

    Combating modern slavery conference in Montevideo, organized by UK embassy, Uruguay and UN

    Ambassador Ian Duddy at the workshop for Ministry of Interior staff

    The British embassy, together with the International Organization of Migration (IOM) and the Uruguayan Ministry of Interior, presented the joint project “Strengthening Detection and Investigation Capabilities of Modern Slavery” on Tuesday, November 13, in the Uruguayan Presidency Auditorium.

  • Friday, February 23rd 2018 - 06:56 UTC

    Falklands/Uruguay strengthening of links is of interest to visiting diplomats

    British ambassador in Uruguay, Ian Duddy in the Falklands during a visit to one of the rookeries  (Pic Twitter)

    Two British diplomats based in Latin America were visiting the Falklands this week, arriving on Sunday on the delayed LATAM flight after enjoying an unexpected one-night stopover in Punta Arenas. Making his second visit to the Falklands was His Excellency Ian Duddy, British Ambassador to Uruguay. He was accompanied by Richard Jones, Second Secretary at the British Embassy in Buenos Aires.

  • Friday, February 16th 2018 - 07:26 UTC

    Falklands' visit by 8 MPs; next week UK ambassador in Uruguay and FCO team are scheduled

    The eight MPs are part of the Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme met the Falklands MLA (Pic S Bragger MLA)

    Busy summer for the Falkland Islands elected lawmakers: eight Members of the British Parliament are visiting the Islands, next week British ambassador in Uruguay plus Foreign Office members are scheduled for talks with local authorities, Premier Oil briefed MLAs on the Sea Lion development, and government and MLAs will be holding an “away day” at Darwin to address the Islands Plan draft.

  • Saturday, July 8th 2017 - 10:12 UTC

    Canning House to host round table with UK ambassadors from Southern Cone

    Ian Duddy took up post as Ambassador to Uruguay in October 2016

    British Ambassadors to the Southern Cone countries, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Chile will be attending Canning House to give round-table briefings on their experiences since their recent appointments to their respective posts. They will present the latest political, economic and business updates from those countries and answer any questions during the closed round-table session.

  • Saturday, May 7th 2016 - 06:00 UTC

    Ian Duddy appointed next UK ambassador to Uruguay as of October

    Mr. Duddy is no stranger to the River Plate since between 2003 and 2006 he was Political & Commercial Officer in the Buenos Aires embassy.

    Ian Duddy has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to Uruguay in succession to Ben Lyster-Binns, who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Mr Duddy will take up his appointment during October 2016.