François Delattre
Ambassador or France to the United States
Ambassador François Delattre was appointed Ambassador of France to the United States in February 2011 after serving as Ambassador of France to Canada (2008-2011), Consul General in New York (2004-2008) and Press and Communications Director at the French Embassy in Washington, D.C. (1998-2002).

A member of President Jacques Chirac’s foreign policy team (1995-1998), François Delattre was responsible for European and trans-Atlantic defense and security matters and managing the Bosnian crisis.

He also served as Deputy Director of the French Foreign Minister’s Office (2002-2004) and was a member of Foreign Minister Alain Juppé’s cabinet (1993-1995), following two years with the Strategic, Security and Disarmament Department of the French Foreign Ministry (1991-1993).

François Delattre was posted in Bonn at the French Embassy in Germany (1989-1991), where he was in charge of matters pertaining to the economic impact of Germany’s unification and the environment.
Fabien Fieschi
Consul General Of France In Boston
After having served at the Consulate General of France in Tokyo from 1995 to 1997, M. Fieschi passed the examination at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with a specialty in the Orient and was admitted as Councilor of Foreign Affairs in March 1998.

Until 2001, he was in charge of disarmament and non-proliferation at the Strategic Affairs Directorate of the Ministry. He left for Tokyo where he was initially attached to the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2001-2002) in the framework of an exchange of diplomats, then was named as First Secretary at the French Embassy, in charge of bilateral questions and domestic affairs in Japan (2002-2006). He then joined the French Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York as First Secretary in charge of human rights (2006-2009). In August 2009, he joined the office of Prime Minister François Fillon as an advisor in charge of Strategic Affairs and Relations with European and Asian nations.

Named Consul General in Boston, he acted as the Head of the East Asia division in the Asia and Oceania Directorate at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from May to August 2012. He started his position in Boston on August 13, 2012.