Amid India attempting to isolate Pakistan over Pulwama terror attacks and China appearing to hinder it, the India’s new ambassador to China Vikram Misri presented his credentials to Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Indian government sources informed that Misri is a 1989-batch India Foreign Service officer and succeeds Gautam Bambawale, who retired in November last year.
The 54-year-old Indian diplomat presented his credentials to President Xi in a special ceremony held at the Great Hall of People here.
Before his appointment to China, Misri served as India’s envoy to Myanmar.
Misri, born on November 7, 1964 in Srinagar, has served in various capacities at the headquarters of the MEA as well as in the Prime Minister’s
He has also served in various Indian missions in Europe, Africa, Asia and North America.