Fletcher M. Barton (Fletcher M. Burton) from the United States.
Deputy of the International Civilian Representative in Kosovo. This function is assumed in February 2008. , after completion of the higher functions of counselors in the preparatory team of the International Civilian Office, which he started in August 2007.
G. Barton, who has spent his career as an officer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he worked two years as director of the province reconstruction team (PRT) Valley Panjšir (Panjshir Valley) in Afghanistan. He founded the PRT Panjšir 2005th as the first civilian head of a PRT.
G. Burton carries a rich experience from Germany and the Balkans. He was Consul General of American Consulate in Leipzig from 2002-2005, Head of Department of Foreign Affairs in the political department of the U.S. Embassy in Bonn and Berlin from 1997-2001, and was assistant to the Ambassador at the U.S. Embassy in Bonn from 1991-1992. year.
In the Balkans, he worked as deputy chief officer in the U.S. Office in Pristina, from 2001-2002, was head of the political and economic departments at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo from 1996-1997, and Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo from 1995-1996.
He graduated in European history at Amherst College 1978th year; MA in international relations from Princeton University (Princeton) 1988. He participated in the Fulbright program, international exchange of lecturers and investigators at the University of Bonn from 1985-1986.