Mr. Fu Cong has dedicated himself to multilateral diplomacy for more than 20 years, commanding rich experience in security and social fields. His diplomatic career began when he joined the Chinese Foreign Ministry in 1987. He has served in posts based in Beijing and overseas in Vienna and Geneva, during which he participated in several arms control-related negotiations, including Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty and Chemical Weapons Convention. He became Deputy Director General of the Arms Control Department of the Chinese Foreign Ministry in 2003, and was the Deputy Director General of the Foreign Affairs Office of China's Xinjiang Autonomous Region from 2004-2005. From September 2005 to October 2007, Mr. Fu worked as minister-counsellor in China's Permanent Mission in Geneva, Switzerland, overseeing issues related to UN agencies based in Geneva, including the World Intellectual Property Organization and the International Telecommunication Union. From 2007-2013, Mr. Fu served as Assistant Director General and advisor to the Director General of World Health Organization.
In November 2013, Mr. Fu was appointed as the Coordinator for Cyber Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China.
Mr. Fu graduated from the Foreign Affairs College in Beijing, China and studied at the Polytechnic of Central London in the United Kingdom. He is married with one child.