Ahmed Attaf

Ahmed Attaf (born July 10, 1953) is an Algerian diplomat and politician.

He was born in Ain Defla, Algeria.

He is a member of the National Rally for Democracy. He graduated from the Ecole Nationale d'Administration in Algiers in 1972 and has served as Algerian Ambassador to India, to Yugoslavia and to the United Kingdom. He was Minister-Delegate to the Foreign Minister in charge of Maghreb and African Affairs and then served as Foreign Minister[1] from January 1996 until 2000.


  1. ^ Gomez, Ricardo (2003). Negotiating the Euro-Mediterranean partnership: strategic action in EU foreign policy?.  

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