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23/05/2020: Jean-François Thomas Schmidt has resigned as Ambassador to Switzerland for serious health problems
He had been appointed Ambassador on January 12, 2020.
22/05/2020: The Embassy in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been opened; H.E. Geoffroy Claise Youlou is the new Ambassador of the Templar Nation
60 years old, born in Kinshasa, he is the first Ambassador of the Templar Nation in Africa.
He is Sir Nicholas Hall of Leicester.