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Ruchira Kamboj appointed as India’s Permanent Representative to United Nations

Kamboj, a 1987-batch IFS officer, is currently serving as India’s envoy to Bhutan. She will succeed T S Tirumurti as the Indian ambassador to the UN.

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New Delhi: India’s envoy to Bhutan Ruchira Kamboj, a 1987-batch Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer on Tuesday appointed as India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York.

Kamboj will succeed TS Tirumurti as the Indian ambassador to the UN.

“Ms. Ruchira Kamboj (IFS: 1987), presently Ambassador of India to Bhutan, has been appointed as the next Ambassador/Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations at New York. She is expected to take up the assignment shortly,” the Ministry of External Affairs said in a statement today.

She was the All India women’s topper of the 1987 Civil Services batch and the topper of the 1987 Foreign Service batch. Ruchira Kamboj is the first female Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of Bhutan.

She began her diplomatic journey in Paris, France, where she was posted as the Third Secretary in the Indian Embassy to France from 1989-1991. (ANI)

This report is auto-generated from ANI news service. ThePrint holds no responsibility for its content.


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