Lindy Cameron appointed as the new British High Commissioner to India

Lindy Cameron appointed British High Commissioner to India

New Delhi, April 11 (IANS) Lindy Cameron has been appointed British High Commissioner to India, succeeding Alex Ellis CMG. Cameron, who previously served as Chief Executive of the National Cyber Security Centre from 2020 to 2024, will take up her new role this month. She has also held the position of Director General of the Northern Ireland Office in the UK.

Deputy High Commissioner Christina Scott congratulated Cameron on her appointment, stating, “Congratulations to @Lindy_Cameron for being announced as the next High Commissioner to India. Looking forward to welcoming you to Delhi soon and working with you.”

Cameron’s experience in cybersecurity and government administration makes her a strong candidate for the role of High Commissioner. Her tenure at the National Cyber Security Centre demonstrates her expertise in a crucial area of global diplomacy.

As the new British High Commissioner to India, Cameron will play a key role in strengthening the relationship between the two countries, particularly in areas such as trade, security, and culture. Her background in cyber security will also be valuable in addressing the emerging challenges in the digital realm.

The UK government’s decision to appoint Lindy Cameron as the High Commissioner to India reflects the importance of the bilateral relationship between the two nations. Her leadership will be instrumental in furthering cooperation and collaboration between the UK and India in various sectors.


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