Civics

Who is responsible for sending India's ambassadors and envoys to foreign countries?


ANSWER

President


SOLUTION
As the Head of the State, the President sends Indias ambassadors and envoys to foreign countries. He receives the foreign ambassadors in India. All diplomatic relations take place in his name. All international treaties are negotiated and signed by the Government of India in the name of the President.
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