Hasan Kleib was appointed as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary/ Permanent Representative of the Republic of Indonesia to the United Nations, World Trade Organization, and other International Organizations in Geneva in March 2017.
Prior to his assignment in Geneva, he was Deputy Minister/Director General for Multilateral Affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) from January 2012 until March 2017, after finishing his tenure as Ambassador / Permanent Representative of Indonesia to the United Nations in New York from August 2010 to December 2011. During his assignment in the Permanent Mission of Indonesia in New York, Hasan Kleib held position as Ambassador / Deputy Permanent Representative (January 2009-July 2010) after having served as Ambassador / Deputy Permanent Representative of Indonesia to the United Nations Security Council (January 2007-December 2008).
Hasan Kleib’s first exposure to the workings of the United Nations in New York came twenty-six years ago, during his first foreign assignment as Third/Second Secretary for Political Affairs at the Permanent Mission of Indonesia (August 1992–July 1996). His other foreign assignment was as Head/Counselor for the Political Division at the Embassy of Indonesia in Washington, D.C. (May 2000 – March 2004).
Since joining in MOFA in March 1987, Hasan Kleib has served various positions at the headquarter in Jakarta. He was Director for International Security and Disarmament Affairs (April 2004–November 2006); Head of Section for Disarmament Affairs (August 1996–April 2000); and Head of Middle East section (March 1988–July 1992).
Hasan Kleib graduated from the University of Padjajaran in Bandung (Indonesia) in 1986, with a degree in International Relations. He received a Master’s in Foreign Affairs and Trade from the Monash University (Australia) in 1998.
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