Stig Ingemar Traavik
|Born||19 December 1967|
|Occupation||civil servant and diplomat|
|Spouse(s)||Stig Traavik is divorced and has four children.|
He joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1994. He was assigned to the Norwegian Embassy in Abidjan from 1997-2000. In 1998 he was kidnapped by rebels during a mission to Liberia, but managed to escape. From 2000-2002 he served in the Norwegian mission in Geneva. From 2002-2003 he was the Deputy Head of the Norwegian Embassy in Afghanistan. From 2003-2004 he was an adviser to the Afghan Government to lift sanctions from the International Olympic Committee, and prepare Afghanistan's participation in the Olympic Games in Athens in 2004. He pioneered sports for women in Afghanistan. He went on to lead the Norwegian Refugee Council's operations in Afghanistan and Pakistan until 2006. In 2007 he was appointed Chief of Staff to the Minister of International Development. He was appointed as ambassador to Indonesia in 2012. In Indonesia he developed a close relationship with key Indonesian decision makers, including with then Governor and later president Joko Widodo. He was recalled in 2016, and works as special adviser in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 2017.
Stig Traavik is divorced and has four children.
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