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The following is the list of ambassadors and high commissioners to India. High commissioners represent member states of the Commonwealth of Nations and ambassadors represent other states. Note that some diplomats are accredited to more than one country.

This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (March 2017)
Sending country List Ambassador/High Commissioner Took office
 Afghanistan Syed Muhammad Ibrahimkhel 2023
 Armenia Armen Martirosyan
 Australia List Philip Green[1] 16 June 2023
 Bangladesh List
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sabit Sibašic
 China List
 Croatia Petar Ljubicic
 France Emmanuel LenainList 3 october 2019
 Georgia Archil Dzuliashvili
 Greece Panos Kalogeropoulos
 Iceland List Guðmundur Eiríksson 11 November 2009
 Iran List Hossein Shojei
 Israel List
 Italy Lorenzo Angeloni[2]
 Kazakhstan List Nurlan Zhalgasbayev 7 Jule 2021
 Latvia Aivars Groza[3] 2014
 Luxembourg List Gaston Stronck 2011
 Macedonia Toni Atanasovski
 Malaysia List
 Myanmar List
 New Zealand List Joanna Kempkers 2017
 Pakistan Sohail Mahmood 2016
 Peru List
 Philippines Ramon Bagatsing Jr.[4] 29 June 2019
 Russia List Nikolai Kudashev[5] 2017
 Serbia Vladimir Maric
 Slovenia Jozef Drofenik
 Sri Lanka List Esala Weerakoon 2015
  Switzerland Andreas Baum 2016
 Thailand List
 Turkey Sakir Ozkan Torunlar 2017
 United Kingdom List Alexander Ellis 2021
 United States List
 Vietnam Phạm Sanh Châu 2018[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ "High Commissioner to India | Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs". Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs. Retrieved 2023-08-26.
  2. ^ Embassy of Italy in India
  3. ^ Embassy of the Republic of Latvia in India
  4. ^ Tempo
  5. ^ Times of India
  6. ^ "Ambassador". Vietnam Embassy in India. Retrieved 2022-09-07.