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Hardeep Singh Puri

Non-resident Senior Adviser | puri@ipinst.org

Ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri joined IPI as a Senior Adviser in June, 2013. Ambassador Puri served as the Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations until February 2013, where he played a very prominent role at the UN, including as a member of the Security Council and chairman of its Counter-Terrorism Committee.

Ambassador Puri has held numerous ambassadorial-level positions, including in London and Brasilia. He has extensive experience of multilateral diplomacy and of the United Nations, having served several times in Geneva, including as Permanent Representative there. Before coming to New York, Ambassador Puri was Permanent Secretary dealing with economic relations in the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi.



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