Anatoĺ Bugănskie

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Anatoĺ Bugănskie (Анатољ Бугăнскіе, born 15 April 1959 in Takaĺ) was the Adzhatian ambassador to Kaupelan from 1 February 2008 to 1 October 2012. On 25 October 2011, he was also named ambassador to the Forum for International Cooperation and Trade (FICT) after his predecessor was sacked; he continued to be active in this function until 1 October 2017 when he was succeeded by Saŭĺ Cħvĕŕiśek. On 21 September 2012, he became the chairman of the Conference of Ambassadors of FICT and as such, the first one who was called 'Secretary General' according to the Ísðor Treaty that was approved by the member states earlier that year. On 21 March 2016, he became Secretary General again, the first and so far only ambassador to FICT to have served as Secretary General twice.

Mr. Bugănskie studied history and politicology in the Adzhatian A.S.S.R. as well as in Moscow, but was unable to find a suitable job for several years. He worked as a waiter in a restaurant in Leningrad when Adzhatia became an independent country. After travelling back to his native region, he got a job at the ministry of foreign affairs for two years, and after that he served as a secretary at the Adzhatian embassies in Oslo and Berlin. In 1999 he was appointed consul of Adzhatia in St. Petersburg, Russia, before getting his first job as ambassador in 2003, in Lithuania. In 2006 he became ambassador to the Benelux (based in Luxembourg), and after two years he got his current position in Kaupelan.

Mr. Bugănskie is unmarried, but has a steady relationship with Kaupelanese journalist Yakelini Bawahi, the daughter of a former Kaupelanese ambassador to the United States of America.

Adzhatian ambassadors to FICTS and FICT
Miheĺe Ŏrħanen (2008 - 2011) · Slava Taŕvŭpa (2011) · Anatoĺ Bugănskie (2011 - 2017) · Saŭĺ Cħvĕŕiśek (incumbent since 2017)
Chairpersons and Secretaries General of FICT
Lowok Aralangit (2011, transitional) · Siôŋ Hau (2011 - 2012) · Isèbel Mai Kurataata (2012) · Anatoĺ Bugănskie (2012 - 2013) · Cyprien Mâchefer (2013) · Aryanto Nuhusedim (2013 - 2014) · Mansour Agdiri (2014) · Pēneupē Vavauzīc (2014 - 2015) · Jana Gunnarssœn (2015) · Roberta de Bragança (2015 - 2016) · Anatoĺ Bugănskie (2016) · Alexio Mateus (2016 - 2017) · Sir Thomas Johnson (2017) · Muwat Shonshuu Yusuuf (2017 - 2018) · Thimard Bonamy (2018) · Alwisyu Tanwahu (2018 - 2019) · Haseena Begum (2019) · Natālija Mauriņa (2019 - 2020) · Nut Gagarin (2020) · Zakaria Ismeghlah (incumbent since 2020) ·