WELCOME TO EMBASSY OF INDIA, TRIPOLI (Concurrently accredited to Malta)
India and Libya enjoy strong and friendly relations with each other. The bilateral ties are multifaceted despite the two countries being separated by geography. There have been several high-level visits and exchanges between them in the last few years. Indian professionals and companies continue to contribute substantially to Libya’s progress. India views with great satisfaction the recent strides made by Libya and reiterates its continued support and assistance to Libya in its transition to democracy and Nation building. Post-revolution of 2011, with the emergence of ‘New Libya’, the relations between the two countries are only likely to further deepen and diversify. For more: Click here
India was one of the first countries to recognize the independence of Malta and to establish diplomatic relations with it in 1965 and the relations between the two countries have been friendly ever since. Despite being a small island, with its accession to the EU in 2004, it has seen a shift in its global profile and our relations with Malta have seen positive changes and diversification in recent years. India has a Honorary Consul in Malta. For more: Click here
H.E. Anil Kumar Trigunayat, Ambassador of India, along with the Ambassadors of Brazil, Germany and Japan, accredited to Libya, met the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation H.E. Dr Abdul Razak Al-Grady on October 29, 2013 to discuss the issue of UNSC reforms.
H.E Anil Kumar Trigunayat, Ambassador of India called on the Deputy Prime Minister for Developmental Affairs and Acting Minister of Interior H.E. Siddiq Abdul Karim Abdul Rahman on October 28, 2013