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Reuven Azar will be Israel’s new ambassador to India, Netanyahu government approved

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Israel India: Israel’s new ambassador to India is being appointed. Reuven Azar will be the new Ambassador of India to Israel. This information has been given by the Netanyahu government of Israel. The Israeli government on Sunday approved the appointment of Reuven Azar as the new ambassador to India. A statement from the Israeli Foreign Ministry said Azar will also serve as non-resident ambassador to Sri Lanka and Bhutan. His appointment is one of 21 new chiefs of mission approved by the Israeli government to assume service soon.

Foreign Minister Eli Cohen congratulated the new appointees, saying they would represent Israel and its citizens. It will also strengthen its economy and international support for Israel.

According to official sources, Azar is currently serving as Israel’s ambassador to Romania. It is not yet known when he will take charge in New Delhi. Azar has previously served as head of the Israel-US-China Internal Task Force in the State Department, immediately followed by a three-year tenure as Deputy National Security Advisor for Foreign Policy in the National Security Council and Foreign Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister. Have worked in.

Know about Israel’s new Ambassador Reuven Azar

From 2014 to 2018, Azar was the Deputy Ambassador to the Embassy of Israel in Washington, DC. He also served as Chief of Middle East Research at the Israeli Foreign Ministry from 2012 to 2014, and Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Israel in Amman from 2010 to 2012. Since the completion of the State Department’s cadet training program in 1994, Azar served in mostly Middle East-related positions such as head of the Iran sanctions team and director of Middle East economic research.

Azar was born in this country

In his first term in Washington, from 2003 to 2006, he served as an advisor on political affairs. Azar was born in Argentina and immigrated to Israel with his family at the age of 13. He served in a paratroopers battalion of the Israeli Defense Forces from 1985 to 1988 and was a reservist combat sergeant as of 2008. He has graduation and post graduation degrees in International Relations from the Hebrew University.

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