Rajesh Vaishnav to be next Ambassador of India to Morocco, will soon take charge
The Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that Diplomat Rajesh Vaishnaw (Diplomat Rajesh Vaishnaw) has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to Morocco. Vaishnav has been a 1996 batch Indian Foreign Service officer and is currently the High Commissioner of India to Malta.
The MEA said in one of its statements that it is expected that Vaishnav will take over soon. According to the information, this appointment has taken place at a time when India-Morocco relations are witnessing upheaval. Recently, India also delivered the corona vaccine to Morocco. The Indian Embassy in Rabat had tweeted that "the first consignment of the Corona vaccine developed by Serum Institute of India, AstraZeneca and Oxford University, the world's largest vaccine producer, in an expression of the excellent relationship between India and Morocco from India." Sent to Morocco.
India Morocco Relations
India had been very active in its support for the Morocco independence movement to the United Nations and at the same time, India recognized Morocco on 20 June 1956, when it was free from the protected arrangement made with France. Done, with this diplomatic missions were established in the year 1957.
Since the beginning of mutual relations, cordial and friendly relations have been established between India and Morocco. From time to time, dignitaries from India and Morocco have been visiting each other. Indian dignitaries who visited Morocco include Vice-President Dr. Zakir Hussain (1967) and Minister of Law and Justice (2016).