Vishwamitran Ambassador to India
|Ambassador of the State of Vishwamitra to India|
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Relations|
|Style||His/Her Excellency (formal)|
The Right Honourable (informal)
|Reports to||Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|Nominator||Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|Term length||At the pleasure of the monarch|
No fixed term
|Formation||23 December 2020|
|First holder||Anirban Phatowali|
The Vishwamitran Ambassador to the Republic of India is the head of the embassy of the State of Vishwamitra in Guwahati, the royal diplomatic mission in the Republic of India. The official title is His Majesty's Ambassador to India and the position of ambassador to India is considered to be one of the most important posts of His Majesty's diplomatic services in Asia.
The embassy in India was established on 23 December 2020 by the Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy through his royal decree no. 72-2020. The main objective of the establishment of the embassy in India is to present Vishwamitran policies to the Indian-born citizens and to the government, and to report Indian policies and views to the crown and the government, and also to inform all Vishwamitran citizens regarding all major events and news from India.
The Ambassador is the head of the diplomatic mission of the State of Vishwamitra in India and shall discharge the duties with the main responsibility of directing diplomatic activity in support of trade and for the provision of consular support to Vishwamitran citizens in India and also observe and oversee cultural relations between the two countries.
Prior to the official establishment of the embassy on 23 December 2020, the head of state of Vishwamitra served as the ex-officio Ambassador to the Republic of India.
List of ambassadors
|No.||Ambassador||Resident of||Tenure||Time in office||Appointer|
1st Baron Cooper of Ottawa
M2DS CKP GCTC PC
|Ottawa||23 December 2020 – present||137 days||Dhrubajyoti Roy|