Maldivian Consulate in Thiruvananthapuram

Consulate of Maldives in Thiruvananthapuram was established on 12 July 2005. The Consulate works under direction of Maldives High Commission in Delhi and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Maldives. The main reason to establish consulate in Thiruvanthapuram was the high number of migrant Maldivian population in Thiruvanthapuram and Kerala State. Main objective to establish Consulate is to assist Maldivians, Maldivian students and those Maldivians who visit Thiruvanathapuram or Kerala State. Our highest priority is to protect the lives and interests of Maldivian citizens in Thiruvananthapuram. We serve our fellow citizens during their most important moments - births, deaths, disasters, arrests, and medical emergencies.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Maldives Consulate is to strengthen the Maldives traditional alliance with India, which dates back over 50 years. Key elements of our mission are to:
  Seek the security and prosperity of the Maldivian people.
  Represent the Maldives and strive to further Maldives goals by engagement with political, economic, and cultural leaders and through local outreach.
  Promote greater understanding and a dialogue between the Indian people in all walks of life and Maldivians.
  Serve visiting and resident Maldivians.
  Assist Indian and foreign nationals who wish to visit the Maldives.
  To promote and facilitate trade and investment exchanges between Maldives and the sothern region of India;

Ali Adam

Consul - Consulate of Maldives

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Special Flag-Hoisting Ceremony held at Consulate today morning

Consulate hosts a special flag hoisting ceremony today, on the occasion of the nation's 51st Independence Day. The ceremony was held at the Consulate of Maldives, at 0600hrs on Tuesday morning. At the ceremony, Consul, Honourable Ali Adam hoisted national flag followed by the National Anthem, after which reading of President's speech was delivered by Mr. Jaadhulla Hussain Thaufeeg, Deputy Consul.…

Today Consul met with Secretary (General Administration Department)

Consul Ali Adam met with Dr.Usha Titus, Secretary, General Administration Department. The meeting was an introductory meeting and both parties discussed the issues of mutual concerns. The main issues include, establishment of better working relations with State Departments and collaborations in areas such as investments and tourism.

Consul met with the Chief Secretary at the Secretariat.

Consul Ali Adam met with Mr. S.M. Vijayanand, Chief Secretary of Kerala at his office today. This meeting was the first meeting held between Consul and the Chief Secretary since Mr.Vijayanand took the charge of the office on 30 April this year. The main issues discussed include the procedural and communicational difficulties faced by the Consulate and how these issues could be resolved. Chief Secretary…