New Delhi, 16th Nov 2016 : Longest serving diplomat, Head of All Serving 157 Ambassadors & High Commissioners in India, His Excellency Hans Dannenberg Castellanos today met Senior Indian BJP Leader Vijay Jolly at New Delhi. Hans Dannenberg Castellanos is current Ambassador of Dominican Republic to India & accredited to Vietnam, Thailand, Philippine, Malaysia, Mauritius & Sri Lanka.
During their 45 minutes long meeting, the Dean of Diplomatic Corps conveyed appreciation of the demonetization in India.
He has also requested Govt. of India to consider offering special privilege to the diplomatic community to enhance the limit of withdrawals up to at least US$5000 per transaction. Due to serpentine queues at the banks, it is practically impossible for the diplomatic community to go repeatedly to withdraw money conveyed Ambassador Castellanos to BJP Leader Vijay Jolly.
The BJP Leader assured him that he shall bring the issue to the immediate notice of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Mr. Jolly appreciated the services of the longest serving foreign diplomat in India Ambassador Hans Dannenberg Castellanos. He supported Narendra Modi earlier during his stint as Gujarat Chief Minister & now as Prime Minister of India. During his 11 years tenure, trade between India & Dominican Republic has grown from US$ 3.5 million in 2005 to US$ 678 million in 2016. And the balance of trade is in favor of India.
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