Ambassador Lecture Series | Brazil and India in a Multilateral World
Date : 26 Feb, 2019     Time : 1530-1700 hrs

On Tuesday, 26 February 2019, the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) hosted H E Mr Andre Aranha Correa do Lago, Ambassador of Brazil to India, for his remarks on ‘Brazil and India in a Multilateral World’, in the latest interaction under the aegis of IPCS’ Ambassador Lecture Series.

The interaction was chaired by Ambassador (Retd) Sunil Lal, former Indian Ambassador to Brazil and Spain, and took place from 1530-1700 hrs in the IPCS Conference Room.


H.E. Andre Aranha Correa do Lago
is the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Brazil to India. He joined Brazil's diplomatic services in 1983, and has served in various capacities in a career spanning over three decades as Brazil's Ambassador to Japan; Minister-Counselor and Deputy Chief of Mission, Brazilian Mission to the European Union, Brussels; Director-General of the Department of the Environment, Ministry of External Relations; and Chief Negotiator for Brazil on Climate Change. He is also an architecture critic with a series of published books and articles.

Ambassador (Retd) Sunil Lal is a former Ambassador of India to Brazil and Spain. He joined India’s diplomatic services in 1982, and has served in various capacities in a career spanning over three decades, including as Joint Secretary, and Chief of Protocol in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Government of India.