|Born||6 December 1950|
Diplomat and academic
Fauzia Nasreen (born 6 December 1950) is a Pakistani diplomat and teacher.
Nasreen entered the Foreign Service of Pakistan in 1973. She was posted to the Pakistani embassies in Iran, Malaysia, the Philippines and Italy and rose to be her country's ambassador to Nepal, Poland and the Czech Republic. She was also her country's High Commissioner in Australia from November 2009, with concurrent accreditation to Fiji. Since she ceased being a diplomat, she has been teaching in Pakistan and serves as an advisor at COMSATS University.
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