Gautam Bambawale is India's new envoy to China

Gautam Bambawale

Gautam Bambawale is India’s new envoy to China

India's high commissioner to Pakistan Gautam H. Bambawale has been appointed as next ambassador to China.

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Bambawale, an Indian foreign service officer of the 1984 batch is now India's high commissioner to Pakistan.

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Bambawale's appointment clears the way for India's ambassador to Poland, Ajay Bisaria, to be named India's high commissioner to Pakistan. In the past, Bambawale has worked in Germany and the US.

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Returning to Delhi from Guangzhou, Bambawale held charge of the position of Joint Secretary (East Asia) in the Ministry of External Affairs from December 2009 to July 2014. He was responsible for relations with China, Japan and South Korea, among others. He will replace Vijay Gokhale in China. Bambawale opted to learn Mandarin Chinese as his foreign language and served in Hong Kong and Beijing between 1985 and 1991.

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