Alounkèo Kittikhoun, Laotian Lao government official. Achievements include fluent in English and French.
Kittikhoun, Alounkèo was born on October 10, 1951 in Pakse, Laos.
Bachelor in Public Administration, Royal Institute Law and Administration, Vientiane, 1975. Diploma, International Institute Public Administration, Paris, 1976. Studied, University Paris I, Panthéon Sorbonne, 1975—1976.
Second secretary Permanent Mission to United Nations, New York City, 1980—1982, first secretary, 1982—1984, counsellor, 1988—1990. Deputy-director general Department International Organizations, Ministry Foreign Affairs, 1990—1992, director general, 1992—1993. Permanent representative to United Nations New York City, since 1993.
Chairman Asian Grp. United Nations, 1994, 2003. Vice president United Nations General Assembly, 1995, chairman Special Political and Decolonisation Committee, 96, chairman Grp. Land-Locked Developing Countries, 99, 2001—2003.
Chairman 18th Meeting of States Parties to International Convention on Elimination of All Forms Racial Discrimination, 2000. Vice president, Executive Board United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, 2001. Vice-chairman, Intergovernmental Preparatory Committee Conference on Least Developed Countries, 2001, co-chair, Working Grp., since 2001.
President 12th Session High Level Committee on Technology Cooperation among Developing Counries, 2001. Chairman Drafting Committee, 2001.
Achievements include fluent in English and French.