New Zealand High Commission New Delhi, India

17-10-14

New Zealand has secured a place on the United Nations Security Council for 2015-16. Thank you to all our supporters.

Read Prime Minister John Key's media release

17-10-14

New Zealand has secured a place on the United Nations Security Council for 2015-16.

Read the Prime Minister's media release

25-09-14

The New Zealand Government is pleased to support the development of Uttar Pradesh’s State Road Safety Policy initiative, High Commissioner to India Grahame Morton says.

23-07-14

Since arriving in Delhi in April, Grahame Morton has presented his credentials to the Presidents of India and Sri Lanka. The first credentials ceremony took place at India’s presidential palace, Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on 10 June. In presenting his credentials to India’s President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Morton became New Zealand’s 19th high commissioner to India. Envoys of Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Costa Rica and Bulgaria also presented their credentials on the same day.

 

06-06-14

In the spirit of cooperation and looking to enhance agricultural trade between India and New Zealand, the two countries held their annual Plants Bilateral Meeting in New Delhi on Wednesday, May 28.

22-05-14

Two New Zealand delegates have returned home thoroughly inspired by youth leaders they interacted with at the five-day ‘World Conference on Youth’ hosted by the Sri Lankan government in Colombo from 5-10 May.

25-04-14

Representatives from New Zealand, Australia, India, Turkey and a range of other countries gathered at dawn on Friday (25 April) at the Delhi War Cemetery to commemorate Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) Day at a solemn and traditional service.

16-04-14

Our Defence Advisor, Air Commodore Shaun Clarke, who will be based at the New Zealand High Commission in Canberra, just concluded his maiden visit to India.

11-04-14

Diplomat Grahame Morton has been appointed as New Zealand’s next High Commissioner to India.

03-04-14

A New Zealand delegation led by New Zealand’s former Prime Minister and now the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy, Rt Hon Jim Bolger, has concluded a successful one-week visit to Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal. The visit was part of an effort  to promote New Zealand’s candidature for a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council for a two-year term in 2015-16.

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