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Do you know the deference between ‘ambassador’ and ‘high commissioner’?

Tuesday - July 3, 2018 10:59 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL

Commonwealth countries have different arrangements

JULY 03 (WTN) – You have heard mostly that there is an ‘ambassador’ or ‘high commissioner’ of India in any country. But, do you ever look at the difference between the ‘ambassador’ and the ‘high commissioner’? If you do not know, then we explain you, what is the difference between the ‘ambassador’ and the ‘high commissioner’?

The government of India appoints its representatives in different countries. The implementation of foreign affairs of India is done by these representatives. In almost every country of the world, the Indian government has appointed its representative through the ministry of foreign affairs. These representatives are the officers of the Indian Foreign Service. These officers called ‘ambassadors’ in some countries and ‘high commissioners’ in some countries.

High commissioner
Representatives from the members of the Commonwealth countries are known by each other as the ‘high commissioner’. Like the representative of the government of India in Pakistan and Australia called high commissioner. Country members of the Commonwealth are the countries that had ever been under UK Empire. Representatives of India are called high commissioner in Commonwealth countries. In the Commonwealth, the office of the Indian Foreign Service is called the high commission.

Ambassador
In addition to the Commonwealth countries, the representative of the government of India in other countries is known as ‘ambassador’. Like the representative of the Indian government in America and Japan called ‘ambassador’. The offices of the Indian Foreign Ministry located in these countries called the ‘Embassy’. Ambassador is also an officer of the Indian Foreign Service.
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