Who Is He?:
In 1977 Christopher Hill began his service with the Department of State and served in Belgrade, Warsaw as well as the US embassy in Seoul
where he later became a US ambassador in 2004. He was appointed as career minister by president George W. Bush in 2006.
Prior to this Hill was:
- Ambassador to Macedonia (1996-1999)
- Special Envoy to Kosovo (1998-1999)
- Ambassador to Poland from (2000-2004)
Christopher Hill previously worked for Congressman Stephen Solarz’s team. He also acted as the deputy for Richard Holbrooke
during the Dayton Peace Talks
of 1995 for which he received the Robert S. Frasure Award for Peace Negotiations. Hill is now playing a big role in the six-party talks
on the North Korea nuclear issue as the head of the US delegation.