New Delhi: Monday was a day of announcements and presenting credentials for diplomats. In Islamabad, the Pakistani foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi announced the appointment of Moin ul Haque as its envoy to India. Also Read - WTC Final | 3 Indian Players Who Disappointed With Their Performance

Haque joined Pakistan’s foreign service in 1987 and has worked as a diplomat in Belgium, US, Sri Lanka, Canada, Turkey and France. He has also been Chief of Protocol, Pakistan Foreign Ministry. He takes over from Sohail Mahmood who was the previous Pakistan envoy to India and is now the country’s foreign secretary. Also Read - WTC Final | You Can't Score 200-250 Every Time And Expect Your Bowlers to do The Job: Deep Dasgupta

In New Delhi, three new envoys presented credentials to President Ram Nath Kovind. These were Coromoto Godoy Calderon, the new Ambassador of Venezuela, Paulias Korni, the new High Commissioner of Papua New Guinea and Muhamad Talha Hajee Hajee the new Ambassador of Panama. The new envoy of Venezuela takes charge even as her country faces a political battle between President Nicolás Maduro and opposition leader and Juan Guaidó. Also Read - India's Schedule For World Test Championship 2021-23: All You Need to Know

Presenting credentials is part of established diplomatic protocol and requires the new envoy to present a letter from his/her head of state to the head of the state of the country he/she is deputed.

(With inputs from Siddhant Sibal)