Anthony Cantor

Anthony Cantor

Anthony John James Cantor (born February 1 1946) is a British diplomat. He started his carrier in the Diplomatic Service for the British Government in 1966 as a Desk Officer in Finance Department. He then served in Burma, Japan, Ghana, Vietnam Germany and Paraguay, where he was the British Ambassador from 2001-2005. He has been the British Ambassador to Armenia since January 2006. [Change of Ambassador to the Republic of Armenia, M2 Presswire.] He is a member of the Royal Commonwealth Society, the Britain-Burma Society, and the Kobe Club in Japan.

He is married and has two daughters and one son.


External links

* [ Antony Cantor's biography]
* [| Antony Cantor appointed as UK Ambassador to Republic of Armenia]

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