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EAM, MEA colleagues express grief at passing away of Indian Ambassador in Turkiye Virander Paul

EAM, MEA colleagues express grief at passing away of Indian Ambassador in Turkiye Virander Paul
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New Delhi, June 21 (UNI) External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and the Ministry of External Affairs on Friday expressed grief at the passing away of India’s Ambassador to Turkiye Virander Paul.
The EAM said in a post on X that he had worked closely with Paul in his many postings and his passing away is a great loss to the Indian Foreign Service.
“Deeply grieved at the passing away of Virander Paul, our Ambassador in Türkiye.

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