Afghan Biographies

Mahyuddin Sadat

Name Mahyuddin Sadat
Ethnic backgr. Pashtun
Date of birth
Function/Grade Ambassador to China
History and Biodata

1. Former Ambassadors to China:
Qiamuddin Rais Barla (2003)
Eklil Ahmad  Hakimi (2005, 20090318)
Political Affairs Officer, United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), Kabul, Afghanistan (June 2002 – Feb 2005)
Sultan Ahmad Baheen (20091122)
Mohammad Kabir Farahi (20150608)
Janan Mosazai (2014-2018)
Musa Arefi, Chargé d'Affaires ad interim of the Afghan Embassy in China (20190920)
Dr. Javid Ahmad Qaem (20191116) stepped down (20220109)
Taliban appointed Mahyuddin Sadat, as the embassy’s first secretary (20220111)

Embassy Staff:

Counsellor of the Afghan Embassy in China:
Sayed Habiburahman Husinpur (201900920)

First Secretaries:
1. Mr. Babakhan Aslami
2. Mr. Ahmad Haroon Najmpoor

Second Secretary:
1. Mr.Mohammad Esa Nawabi
2. Mr. Abdul Ghani Hassanzada
3. Mr.Mohammad Aslam Aslami

Third Secretary:
1. Mr.Nik Mohammad Zarifi
2. Mr. Tella Hossain Orozgani Commercial Attache:
Mr.Abdul Salam Munir

2. Previous Function:
Ambassador to China (20220111)

3. Biodata:
Mahyuddin Sadat is a former afghan Diplomat.
In China, the Taliban appointed Mahyuddin Saddat as first secretary in Beijing, according to Javid Qaem, who served as ambassador there until early January 2022. Saddat hasn’t yet arrived in China. Qaem said Saddat’s planned arrival was the main reason that pushed him to leave Beijing. Ahead of his departure, Qaem, who cited financial difficulties as another reason for resigning, said he had been in touch with Saddat. “They want to take over in China. I wrote a small handover note. We spoke on the phone. I wouldn’t call it cordial,” he said. “I was part of the republic and I don’t want to be part of the new regime but I had an ethical responsibility.”

Last Modified 2022-02-03
Established 2022-02-03