High Commission of Australia, Islamabad

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High Commission of Australia, Islamabad
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LocationIslamabad, Pakistan
AddressNo. 1 Diplomatic Enclave, Constitution Avenue and Ispahani Road, Sector G-5/4
Coordinates33°43′24″N 73°06′08″E / 33.723249°N 73.102178°E / 33.723249; 73.102178Coordinates: 33°43′24″N 73°06′08″E / 33.723249°N 73.102178°E / 33.723249; 73.102178
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High CommissionerDr Geoffrey Shaw
Websitepakistan.embassy.gov.au

The High Commission of Australia in Islamabad is the diplomatic mission of Australia to Pakistan. It is located at No. 1 Diplomatic Enclave on the Constitution Avenue and Ispahani Road, Sector G-5/4 in Islamabad.[1]

The High Commission was established in Karachi in 1948, with Australia's first High Commissioner to Pakistan appointed in 1949.[2] When the Pakistani government moved its capital from Karachi to Islamabad in 1966, the Australian High Commission also moved.[3]

The current Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan is Dr Geoffrey Shaw, appointed in April 2019.[4]

References[edit]

  1. "Contact us". Australian High Commission, Islamabad. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
  2. CA 6804: Australian High Commission, Pakistan [Karachi], National Archives of Australia, retrieved 14 March 2017
  3. CA 8219: Australian High Commission, Pakistan [Islamabad], National Archives of Australia, retrieved 14 March 2017
  4. https://foreignminister.gov.au/releases/Pages/2019/mp_mr_190408b.aspx. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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