Chinese Ambassador to France
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Chinese Ambassador to France

The position was established in a de-facto sense with Guo Songtao's appointment as Minister to France (as well as concurrently with the UK) from 1877 through 1879 as part of the United Kingdom's demands after the Margary Affair for an Imperial commissioner to be posted to Britain.

A Victorian photograph of Walter Goodman's 1877 portrait of Guo Songtao.
Qing dynasty
Republic of China (Minister Beiyang government)
Republic of China (Ambassador for Nationalist government in Nanjing)
People's Republic of China (1964-present)

Despite the PRC's founding in 1949, France did not begin recognition until 1964 under Charles De Gaulle

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