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Mr. Sibi George to take charge as Indian Ambassador shortly

IIK Staff Reporter
Monday, June 1, 2020

Mr. Sibi George to take charge as Indian Ambassador shortly

1993 batch IFS Officer Mr. Sibi George is expected to take up the charge of Indian Ambassador to Kuwait shortly, Ministry of External Affairs announced.

The previous Ambassador Sri K Jeeva Sagar retired from his service on Sunday, May 31st and Mr Raj Gopal Singhh, Deputy Chief of Mission will be in charge of the Embassy in the capacity of Charge d' Affairs with effect from today until the arrival of new Ambassador.

Mr Sibi George, presently the Ambassador of India to Switzerland, is expected to take up the assignment shortly.

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Zaki
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
@Scaria Varghese!
From which part of India you belongs to? Have you really understand what I mentioned in my last comment, if not please read one more time and be professional.
Is there any where I mentioned about Egypt?
"Kahan kahan se aajate timepass material.
Do some productive work rather than pointing to someone.

William DSouza
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
@Mister Info (coward)
Kannur International Airport opened in 2018. This does not elevate Kerala to special status more than all other Indian states. You mallus have a habit of trying to grab maximum. Tamil Nadu also has equal number of international airports. If you are so special how come Malayalam is not the national language and curry leaf and coconut not the national dish of India? Be careful, sea is nearby. If you try to step on others then Kerala just might go underwater in minutes.

Raghavan
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
welcome ambassador. save us from this crisis of Covid. No sufficient flight to India from Kuwait. No basic flights to Tamil Nadu to repatriate patients who need medical treatment. Please take care of desperate Indians in Kuwait

Scaria Varughese
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Mr. Zaki,
If you are Egyptian, you must understand that India is a big country and people love to argue heatedly without consequence - it is in our blood and we relish such situations. Egypt only has 3 international airports so no problem for you people. India has many more and each state is almost a country within itself with different cultures and languages. So if you are not happy, kindly start another website like masrisinkuwaitdotcom or something and provide your wisdom there.
Re. your comments about ''unlike previous ambassadors'', let me remind you mallus don''t like masris. So if you are expecting any special concessions for masris, there is lesser chance now.

Zaki
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Dear Indians! Please don''t fight for unnecessary reasons on the basis of caste, religion and other things. Let''s make the unity and face with all the problems as common in-spite of targeting ourselves.

Regarding the new ambassador, let''s welcome together and expect more positive / favor results unlike his predecessors.

Welcome Mr. Sibi George to Kuwait! Expecting your highly active presence with fellow Indians.

Simon Samuel Sibi
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Dear Info,
Kindly mention your name if you have the guts. After that kindly quote your facts and figures with source. But don''t type general statistics which nobody can understand except yourself. People from all over India are desperate to travel back to their homes. My request is aimed at re-starting existing flights to major cities in India. Kerala doesn''t deserve the lion''s share of services simply because it has more landing strips or larger percentage of Keralites in the GCC. At least a few flights should be allotted to all metros and major cities so people can make their way home from the nearest port. A Kashmiri shouldn''t have to travel to Kerala and catch a houseboat to Kashmir. Their interests would be better served by a direct flight to Delhi !

Info
Monday, June 1, 2020
@Simon Samuel....Kerala has more international airports than any other state in India. So no of flights to kerala will be more compared to others. Yes flight should be their for all states. But frequency may be varying. Its not because of partiality but based on facts and figures.

Thomas
Monday, June 1, 2020
Welcome Ambassador to Kuwait.

Simon Samuel Sibi
Monday, June 1, 2020
Congratulations, and I hope we can expect accurate work like Swiss clockwork !! The need of the hour (pun intended) is to increase no. of flights to other parts of India and not only Kerala. All the best.

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