Bramha Kumar nominated as the upcoming Indian Ambassador to Zimbabwe

New Delhi, April 16 (IANS) Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Joint Secretary Bramha Kumar has been appointed as India’s next ambassador to Zimbabwe. Bramha Kumar, a 2005 batch Indian Foreign Service officer, is expected to take up the assignment shortly, the MEA said in a statement on Tuesday.

“Bramha Kumar (IFS: 2005), presently Joint Secretary in the Ministry, has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Zimbabwe. He is expected to take up the assignment shortly,” the statement added. He will replace Vijay Khanduja, who was appointed the ambassador on November 9, 2020.

Khanduja had earlier worked in various capacities serving as Director (UN Economic & Social) Division of the Ministry of External Affairs, since 2017. This appointment marks a new chapter in Bramha Kumar’s diplomatic career as he prepares to represent India in Zimbabwe as the new ambassador.

The Ministry of External Affairs has expressed confidence in Bramha Kumar’s abilities to effectively fulfill his duties as the ambassador to Zimbabwe. With his experience and expertise in foreign service, Bramha Kumar is expected to strengthen the relationship between India and Zimbabwe through diplomatic efforts.


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