6 Feb 2021

biography of s. Jayshankar : india's top diplomat which turned to be a india foreign minister

 Subramaniam Jayshankar is an indian diplomat and politicians who is the current Minister of External Affairs of the government of india since 31 May 2019.he is a member of Bhartiya janata party and is member of parliament in the Rajya sabha since 5 july 2019,representing from gujrat.

He was born in 9 january 1955, in new delhi. and his wife is kyoko jaishnkar. and he has written the book "The india way; strategies for an uncertain world". and he completed his study from AIR FORCE subroto park, jawaharlal nehru university, and st. stephen's college.

his father was K. subrahmanyam which was former indian civil servent.

Joining the indian foreign Service in1977, Jaishankar served as third secretary and second secretary in the indian mission to the soviet union in Moscow from 1979 to 1981, where he studied Russian. he returned to New delhi , where he worked as a special assistnat to the diplomat Gopalaswami parthsarathy and as undersecretary in the Americas division of india's Ministry of External affairs, dealing with the united states. he was part of the team that resolved the dispute over the supply of US nuclear fuel to the Tarapur Power Station in india. From 1985 ti 1988 he was the first secretary at the indian embassy in washington ,D.C..

From 1988 to 1990, he served in Sri Lanka as first secretary and political adviser to the indian peacekeeping force. from 1990 to 1993, he was counsellor at the indian mission in Budapest. Returning to New Delhi, he served as Director in the Ministry of external affairs and as press secretary and speechwriter for president of india shankar Dayal Sharma. 

Jaishankar was the Deputy chief of Mission at the indian Embassy in Tolyo from 1996 to 2000. This period saw a down turn in indo-Japan relation following india's Pokhran-11 nuclear tests as well as a recovery after a visit to india by then Japanese prime minister Yoshiro Mori. jaishankar is reported to have helped introduce future Japanese prime minister shinzo Abe to his indian counterpart, Manmohan singh. in 2000.he was appointed india's ambassador to Czech Republic.

From 2004 to 2007, Jaishankar was Joint secretary at the Ministry of external affaits in new delhi. in this capacity, he was involved in negotiating the US-INDIA civil nuclear agremment and improving defence co-operation, including during relief operation following the 2004 indian ocean tsunami. Jaishankar was also involved with the conclusion of the 2005 New defense framework and the opens skies aggrement.

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