Transcript of interview: Lord Hannay of Chiswick, 1999
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Hannay's diplomatic career included: Foreign Office, 1959-60; Tehran [Iran], 1960-61; 3rd Secretary, Kabul [Afghanistan], 1961-63; 2nd Secretary, FO, 1963-65; 2nd, later 1st Secretary, UK Delegation to European Communities, Brussels [Belgium], 1965-70; 1st Secretary, UK Negotiating Team with European Communities, 1970-72; Chef de Cabinet to Sir Christopher Soames, Vice President of EEC, 1973-77; Head of Energy, Science and Space Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1977-79; Head of Middle East Department, FCO, 1979; Assistant Under-Secretary of State (European Community), FCO, 1979-84; Minister, Washington [United States], 1984-85; Ambassador and UK Permanent Representative to European Communities, Brussels, 1985-90; British Permanent Representative to the United Nations, 1990-94.
He was awarded the GCMG in 1995 (KCMG 1986; CMG 1981).
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