Sanjay Verma appointed as the next High Commissioner of India to Canada

Sanjay Verma appointed as the next High Commissioner of India to Canada

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Category : Appointment/Resignation Published on: September 08 2022

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  • Senior diplomat Sanjay Kumar Verma has been appointed as India’s next high commissioner to Canada, while Amit Kumar, currently Consulate General of India in Chicago, has been named the next ambassador to the Republic of Korea.
  • Sanjay Verma is a 1988 batch officer of the Indian Foreign Service and is currently the ambassador of India to Japan.
  • He succeeds Acting High Commissioner Anshuman Gaur.
  • Verma has served in Indian missions in Hong Kong, China, Vietnam and Turkey. He has also served as Consul General of India in Milan, Italy.
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