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Alastair McPhail
Alastair McPhail

Alastair McPhail CMG OBE is a British diplomat who was the United Kingdom's first Ambassador to the Republic of South Sudan, appointed in July 2011 when the country gained independence. He had served as Consul-General from 16 March 2011. McPhail left South Sudan in March 2013 and was appointed to be British Consul-General in Jerusalem from January 2014. McPhail was appointed Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) in the 2014 New Year Honors for services to British interests in South Sudan.

COLUMNISTS
Alastair McPhail
Alastair McPhail

Alastair McPhail CMG OBE is a British diplomat who was the United Kingdom's first Ambassador to the Republic of South Sudan, appointed in July 2011 when the country gained independence. He had served as Consul-General from 16 March 2011. McPhail left South Sudan in March 2013 and was appointed to be British Consul-General in Jerusalem from January 2014. McPhail was appointed Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) in the 2014 New Year Honors for services to British interests in South Sudan.

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