Introduction

An international civil servant and diplomat, Jamil Ahmed Khan is currently serving as Pakistan's Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates. During his last tenure as Ambassador to Libya, Jamil Ahmed Khan's diplomatic achievements

Jamil A. Khan


Professional Achievements


An international civil servant and diplomat, Jamil Ahmed Khan is currently serving as Pakistan's Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates. During his last tenure as Ambassador to Libya, Jamil Ahmed Khan’s diplomatic achievements won him accolades from the highest offices of the Government of Pakistan for bringing positive impact to the country.

On 23rd March (Pakistan day) 2012, President of Pakistan bestowed on him Medal for Outstanding Performance as top envoy to Libya and the UAE. During the diplomatic assignment in Libya, Jamil Ahmed Khan was also accredited as Ambassador to Burkina Faso, Togo and High Commissioner to Malta.

Jamil Ahmed Khan has held several illustrious positions at the United Nations including Country Head in East Timor, Yemen, Somalia and Botswana. Separately, Jamil Ahmed Khan administered policing functions as the Chief of Police in Pakistan and was earlier Commissioned Officer with Pakistan Army. He hones various transferable skills encompassing diplomacy, security analysis, administration and understanding of emerging strategic operations during peace and conflict situations.

On the United Nations front, Jamil Ahmed Khan remained instrumental in security-oriented diplomatic engagements, strategic planning, and steering crucial negotiations between governments and dissenting groups.

Jamil Ahmed Khan is skilled at managing high-level relations with top government authorities of various countries as diplomat and peacemaker. Leading international forums, universities and think tanks routinely invite Ambassador Khan for delivering expert talk in view of his vast experience in international affairs, diplomatic relations and conflict resolution.

He is represented on the Board of Directors for Pakistan Telecommunication Corporation Limited and Pak-Libya Holding Company besides chairing the Board of Governors of Pakistani colleges and schools in UAE.

Jamil Ahmed Khan gained his LLB (Penal and International Law) in 1984 from Sindh Law College, Masters in Political Science from Karachi University in 1986, MSc (Criminology from department of Social Studies & Economics) from University of Wales, Cardiff, UK in 1988 and LLM (International Law) from Karachi University in 1991. 

Jamil Ahmed Khan has the following treasure of professional trainings;

1. United Nations Training for Chief Security Advisors 2007, New York, USA.

2. Japan, Tokyo, April 98, National Security and Police Administration.

3. Thailand, Bangkok, March 97, Advancement of Criminal Justice Administration.

4. Australia, Sydney, July 96, First Australia Woman Police Conference.

5. Egypt, Cairo, October 92, U.N (I.C.A.O) Workshop on Security & Negotiations.

6. United States of America (New York & Los Angeles) July 92 to August 92, Study Tour under U.S.I.A. (Visit of Prisons, Courts, Training Centres and FBI).

7. Scotland Yard, London, September 88 to October 88 Orientation, Scotland Yard Police, VIP Protection, Anti-Terrorist Operations, Road Safety, Crime Management.

8. Federal Security Cell, Islamabad, March 84 to May 84, Anti-Terrorist training & Negotiations.

9. National Police Academy, Islamabad, October 83 to March 84, Advance studies in Police Administration, Forensic Science, Law, Field Subjects, Investigation and Media Management.

10. Police Training College, Sihala Rawalpindi, June, 82 to December 82, Police Administration, March 84 to May 84, Horse Riding, Marksmanship, Forensic Science, Law, Field Subjects, Investigation & Prosecution.

11. Civil Services Academy, Lahore, October 81 to June 82, Financial Administration, Economic & Social Development, International Relations, and Government Policies, Rules & Procedures.

12. Logistic School Course, Nawsherah, September 77 to November 77, Officer Mechanical Transport Course.

13. Military Collage of Engineering, Peshawar, January 77 to June 77, Explosive Handling, Bomb Disposal and Body Traps, Bridging, Procurement and Safe Storage of Relevant Equipment.

14. Para Training Wing, Peshawar, December 75 to January 76, Basic Air Born Course.

15. Infantry School Quetta from July 75 to September 75, (Infantry Officer Course, Pakistan Army).

16. Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul , May 74 to April 75, Military Training for Cadets of the Army.jamil.khan@pakembassyuae.org

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An international civil servant and diplomat, Jamil Ahmed Khan is currently serving as Pakistan's Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates. During his last tenure as Ambassador to Libya, Jamil Ahmed Khan’s diplomatic achievements won him accolades from the highest offices of the Government of Pakistan for bringing positive impact to the country.

On 23rd March (Pakistan day) 2012, President of Pakistan bestowed on him Medal for Outstanding Performance as top envoy to Libya and the UAE. During the diplomatic assignment in Libya, Jamil Ahmed Khan was also accredited as Ambassador to Burkina Faso, Togo and High Commissioner to Malta.

Jamil Ahmed Khan has held several illustrious positions at the United Nations including Country Head in East Timor, Yemen, Somalia and Botswana. Separately, Jamil Ahmed Khan administered policing functions as the Chief of Police in Pakistan and was earlier Commissioned Officer with Pakistan Army. He hones various transferable skills encompassing diplomacy, security analysis, administration and understanding of emerging strategic operations during peace and conflict situations.

On the United Nations front, Jamil Ahmed Khan remained instrumental in security-oriented diplomatic engagements, strategic planning, and steering crucial negotiations between governments and dissenting groups.

Jamil Ahmed Khan is skilled at managing high-level relations with top government authorities of various countries as diplomat and peacemaker. Leading international forums, universities and think tanks routinely invite Ambassador Khan for delivering expert talk in view of his vast experience in international affairs, diplomatic relations and conflict resolution.

He is represented on the Board of Directors for Pakistan Telecommunication Corporation Limited and Pak-Libya Holding Company besides chairing the Board of Governors of Pakistani colleges and schools in UAE.

Jamil Ahmed Khan gained his LLB (Penal and International Law) in 1984 from Sindh Law College, Masters in Political Science from Karachi University in 1986, MSc (Criminology from department of Social Studies & Economics) from University of Wales, Cardiff, UK in 1988 and LLM (International Law) from Karachi University in 1991. 

Jamil Ahmed Khan has the following treasure of professional trainings;

1. United Nations Training for Chief Security Advisors 2007, New York, USA.

2. Japan, Tokyo, April 98, National Security and Police Administration.

3. Thailand, Bangkok, March 97, Advancement of Criminal Justice Administration.

4. Australia, Sydney, July 96, First Australia Woman Police Conference.

5. Egypt, Cairo, October 92, U.N (I.C.A.O) Workshop on Security & Negotiations.

6. United States of America (New York & Los Angeles) July 92 to August 92, Study Tour under U.S.I.A. (Visit of Prisons, Courts, Training Centres and FBI).

7. Scotland Yard, London, September 88 to October 88 Orientation, Scotland Yard Police, VIP Protection, Anti-Terrorist Operations, Road Safety, Crime Management.

8. Federal Security Cell, Islamabad, March 84 to May 84, Anti-Terrorist training & Negotiations.

9. National Police Academy, Islamabad, October 83 to March 84, Advance studies in Police Administration, Forensic Science, Law, Field Subjects, Investigation and Media Management.

10. Police Training College, Sihala Rawalpindi, June, 82 to December 82, Police Administration, March 84 to May 84, Horse Riding, Marksmanship, Forensic Science, Law, Field Subjects, Investigation & Prosecution.

11. Civil Services Academy, Lahore, October 81 to June 82, Financial Administration, Economic & Social Development, International Relations, and Government Policies, Rules & Procedures.

12. Logistic School Course, Nawsherah, September 77 to November 77, Officer Mechanical Transport Course.

13. Military Collage of Engineering, Peshawar, January 77 to June 77, Explosive Handling, Bomb Disposal and Body Traps, Bridging, Procurement and Safe Storage of Relevant Equipment.

14. Para Training Wing, Peshawar, December 75 to January 76, Basic Air Born Course.

15. Infantry School Quetta from July 75 to September 75, (Infantry Officer Course, Pakistan Army).

16. Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul , May 74 to April 75, Military Training for Cadets of the Army.