Palestinian Embassy in New DelhiIndia is a strong bond of communication between Palestine Government and India. It functions as the official representative of the Palestinian Embassy in New Delhi in India.
India and Palestine been around on the exact page past few decades. Palestine citizen enjoy, power of India as it officially referred to as the Republic of India is the seventh most important nation in the entire world. Over the last few years, it has become the leader in terms of world class dental treatment. Especially for global patients.
Head of Mission: Mr Adnan Abu Alhaijaa, Ambassador
The mission building is open for operations between 9:00 and 14:00 on a daily basis except on public holidays declared by Palestine or India. Except for cases of emergency, visiting the Palestine embassy is strictly by appointment. Note that visitation of Palestine in India to the embassy may be given more priority.
Passport and visa application processing. Check the suitable type of visa for you evisa India.
Power of attorney
Communicate and manage international relation between Palestine and India
Help Palestine in emergency situations like war, pandemic, etc
Negotiate trade laws
Monitor political, social and economic trends to build mutual support and understanding for Palestine policies
Visa Types Granted By Palestine Are;
Palestine Tourist Visa
Palestine Business Visa
Palestine Employment Visa
Palestine Student Visa
Palestine Research Visa
Palestine Journalist Visa
Palestine Transit Visa
Palestine Medical Visa
Palestine Conference Visa
Palestine Entry Visa
Travel Insurance for India
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Palestine and India Foreign Diplomatic Missions
The interest of Palestine in India is represented by Palestinian Embassy in New Delhi. Worldwide, Palestine and India have 96 and 230 embassies spread all over the world respectively.
The contagious nature of the recently ravaging coronavirus disease has brought the world to its knees and it has caused a temporary change in many office and business operations. The Palestine embassy might have reviewed its operations and extent of service provided, always contact the embassy before your visit.
Since the inception of Covid-19, Palestine has recorded about .... confirmed cases of coronavirus with up to .... active cases in population of ..... So far, about .... persons have recovered from the Covid-19. Meanwhile, it has been projected that the death toll might still increase over the next couple of days deadly virus while nearly .... deaths have been recorded. According to the Turkish CDC, the death toll might still increase over the coming days.
In Palestine, the medicinal centers and organizations have proposed to order vaccines for COVID-19. And as a result of the analysis, the total number of vaccines ordered by Palestine is ..... The companies providing vaccines for COVID-19 are .... and the number of vaccines provided by these companies are .... respectively. Keeping in view the number of total vaccines, it is declared that these doses are quite enough to vaccinate .... of the population.
Information on this page is accurate to the best of our knowledge as of this day, because we carefully put them together and regularly update the information. This website assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this site.
The purpose of your intended travel (Tourist, Business, Studies or etc) and other facts will determine what type of visa is required under Palestine immigration law. As a visa applicant, you will need to establish that you meet all requirements to receive the category of visa for which you are applying.
Palestinian Embassy in New Delhi, India
E.P.-29-B, Diplomatic Enclave Chanakyapuri New Delhi - 110021 India
(+91) 11-2410 8062
(+91) 11-2410 8064
Mr Adnan Abu Alhaijaa, Ambassador
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