A meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by PM Narendra Modi today approved the opening of three Indian Ambassadors in Estonia, Paraguay and the Dominican Republic in 2021. The opening of the offices of the Indian Ambassador in these three countries will help in enhancing India’s diplomatic relations, deepening political relations as well as enhancing bilateral trade relations, investment and economic relations with these three countries as well as helping people People-to-people contacts will be strong. This will help the three countries to collaborate in various international organizations and help India achieve its foreign policy objectives.
The office of the Indian Ambassador in these countries will also be more useful to the Indian community residing in these countries and will be useful in maintaining their interests. The objective of our foreign policy is to create an environment conducive for India’s development and to speed up development by engaging with friendly countries. There are currently offices of Indian Ambassadors in various countries around the world, working to deepen our relationship with our partners.
The decision to open an Indian Ambassador’s office in these 3 countries is a future step in line with our national priority of ‘sab ka saath, sab ka vikas’. India’s diplomatic relations will provide market access for Indian companies and boost exports of Indian goods and services. This will have a direct impact on domestic production and employment, which is in line with our ‘self-reliant India’ goal.