Philip Green officially takes charge as High Commissioner of Australia after presenting credentials to Indian President

President of India Murmu also accepted credentials from the Ambassadors or High Commissioners of five other countries

Indian President Droupadi Murmu received credentials from the High Commissioner of Australia Philip Green in a ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday.

President of India Murmu also accepted credentials from the Ambassadors or High Commissioners of Venezuela, Colombia, Algeria, Brazil and the Netherlands.

At the event, the Indian President received credentials from Ambassador from Kenneth Felix Haczynski da Nobrega, Ambassador of the Federative Republic of Brazil; Philip Green, High Commissioner of Australia; and Marie Louisa Gerards, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Netherlands at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Capaya Rodriguez Gonzalez, Ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela; Victor Hugo Echeverri Jaramillo, Ambassador of the Republic of Colombia; and Ali Achoui, Ambassador of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria.

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Now Mr Green will officially start as High Commissioner of Australia in New Delhi.

He has been putting a lot of interactions with the diverse Indian community.
He wrote on social media, “Our High Commissioner-Designate Philip Green spent his first weekend in #Delhi learning about India’s peerless tradition in textiles, their political & social significance at “Know Your Weaves” exhibition at the @CraftsMuseum. (1/2) #AusomeIndia@MEAIndia

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