News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. Sept. 8, 2011: A new ambassador from the U.S. has been designated for Ecuador.
President Barack Obama named a Career Member of the Senior Foreign Service and Class of Minister-Counselor, Adam E. Namm, as ambassador to Ecuador.
His appointment must be approved by the Senate. It comes five months after the two countries expelled each other’s envoys in a row over Wikileaks cables.