1 minute readGerman envoy to leave India, service

Ambassador Thomas Matussek. Photo: German Embassy

The German envoy to India Thomas Matussek is to leave his position as ambassador. A career diplomat, he will be leaving the foreign service, as well.

This was first reported by German website, Europäische Bewegung.

The ambassador, who had earlier served at the embassy between 1983 and 1986, will be leaving to take up a the position of Head of Public Affairs at Deutsche Bank in November.

Invitations to the Reunification Day commemoration to be held at the German Embassy in New Delhi next Monday, carried a note from Matussek and his wife, Ulla, to the effect that they hoped to say their goodbyes at the event.

Matussek has been ambassador to India since November, 2009.

Saurabh Joshi

Saurabh Joshi

Saurabh is a journalist based in New Delhi, India who has worked in print, television as well as internet news media. Besides defense and strategy, his past assignments have ranged from reporting terror strikes to elections. He has studied journalism and law at the University of Delhi. 

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