Ms Tiina Intelmann has been Estonia’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom since 2017. She joined the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1991, where she began her diplomatic career at the Political Department. She has served as an Ambassador to the OSCE, Undersecretary for Political Affairs and Media Relations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Permanent Representative of Estonia to the UN and Ambassador to Israel.
In 2011, Tiina Intelmann was elected President of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. She then served as the Head of the EU Delegation to Liberia before arriving in London.
Ambassador Intelmann has a Master of Arts degree in Italian language and literature from Leningrad State University in St. Petersburg.
|1987||MA and BA in Italian language and literature, Leningrad State University (St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)|
|2017 –||Ambassador of Estonia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland|
|2014 – 2017||Ambassador, Head of the European Union Delegation to Liberia|
|2011 – 2014||President of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court|
|2010 – 2011||Ambassador to the State of Israel. Nonresident Ambassador to Montenegro|
|2005 – 2010||Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Estonia to the United Nations, New York.
|2002 – 2005||Undersecretary (Political Affairs and Media Relations), Political Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia|
|1999 – 2002||Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Estonia to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Vienna, Austria|
|1998 – 1999||Director for Northern and Central Europe and the countries of Western Balkans, Political Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia|
|1995 – 1998||Deputy Head of Mission, Counsellor (political affairs), Permanent Mission of Estonia to the United Nations (New York)|
|1991 – 1995||Desk Officer – Southern Europe, Western Balkans, the European Union, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia; Political officer, Estonian Embassies in Paris and Brussels|
|1990 – 1992||Assistant to the Deputy Speaker of the Estonian Parliament|
|1987 – 1990||Teacher, interpreter|