His Excellency Ambassador Jamal Jama Al Musharakh is the UAE Ambassador to The
Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Permanent Representative of the UAE to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. He presented his credentials to His Majesty King Willem-Alexander on March 30th, 2022.
Previously, he was the Director of the Policy Planning Department at the United Arab
Emirates Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (2019-2022). Prior to that, he served as the Deputy Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations (2013-2017).
With a diplomatic career spanning over a decade, he worked in the European Affairs
Department, the UAE Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan’s Office, the United
Nations Department, and the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Office. He was also the
cochair of the Communications Working Group in the Global Coalition against Daesh.
Al Musharakh holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies with a concentration in
International Relations from The American University of Sharjah, as well as a Master’s
degree in Diplomacy and International Affairs with distinction from Zayed University.
He has completed the New York University program titled Law and Practice of the United
Nations: An advanced Course for Diplomats. In addition, he received diplomatic training at
American University (Washington DC), the United Nations Institute for Training and
research, and the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research. In 2018, he was
inducted to the American University of Sharjah Alumni Wall of Fame, and occasionally
lectures at the Anwar Gargash Diplomatic Academy.
He is also an official spokesperson of the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Foreign and
Affairs and International Cooperation.