Diedrah Kelly, Consul General of Canada in Mumbai, India
On behalf of all of my colleagues at the Consulate General of Canada in Mumbai, I would like to welcome you to our website. The Consulate General is part of the broader network of Canadian missions in India and I am honoured to be representing Canada in the western Indian states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhyah Pradesh, and Goa.
I hope our website proves useful in providing information and contacts to learn more about Canada’s relations in this important cultural and economic hub of India, and serves as a useful starting point in learning about the services we offer. The Consulate General provides consular and passport services for Canadian citizens, helps Canadian businesses to succeed in western India through the Trade Commissioner Service, supports Canada’s foreign policy priorities and helps ensure Canada’s security. The Consulate also hosts India-wide representatives of the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, as well as Export Development Canada (EDC).
I encourage Canadians resident, working or visiting India to take a moment to register online using the Registration of Canadians Abroad (ROCA) webpage so we can have your coordinates should we need to contact you in the case of an emergency.
I look forward to working with Canadians and Indians alike to further our already strong economic and people-to-people relationships. You can connect with us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @CanadainIndia or contact us by email at MMBAI@international.gc.ca.
Consul General of Canada in Mumbai
Diedrah Kelly (BA Hons [Political Science and Central, Eastern European and Russian Area Studies], Carleton University, 2001), joined the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in 2001. In Ottawa, she has worked as head of the Policy and Programming Unit in the Threat Assessment and Intelligence Services Division, as senior nuclear adviser and program manager in the Global Partnership Program and as chief of staff to the assistant deputy minister for international security and global affairs. She has served abroad in various positions, including, from 2004 to 2007, consul and political counsellor at the Embassy to Bosnia and Herzegovina and, from 2007 to 2010, as head of the embassy office in Astana. From 2011 to 2014, she was the political counsellor at the High Commission in Ghana. In 2018, she was appointed ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
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