High Commission in New Delhi, India

The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago established a High Commission in New Delhi on 13th October, 1969.  Countries to which the High Commission is accredited are India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and Sri Lanka.

The High Commission’s objective is to increase trade, investments, tourism and to deepen cultural linkages and foster greater people to people interaction between Trinidad and Tobago and the countries to which it is accredited.

Contact Information

High Commission of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, New Delhi
His Excellency Dr. Roger Gopaul
High Commissioner for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to New Delhi, India

Address: B-3/26
                 Vasant Vihar
                 New Delhi, 110057
Country: India
Phone:    011-9111-4600-7500
Fax:         011-9111-4600-7505

Email Addresses:
Information & General Enquirieshcttndinfo@foreign.gov.tt
Consular & Visa Information:        hcttndconsular@foreign.gov.tt
Website:                                            http://www.foreign.gov.tt/hcnewdelhi


COVID-19 Work Related Adjustments:The Mission’s hours of operation:  9:00 am to 3:00 pm (Mondays to Fridays, except on public holidays);
The Mission’s contact No: 011 - 4600 - 7500
Email: hcttndinfo@foreign.gov.tt (general information) and hcttndconsular@foreign.gov.tt  (consular matters)


The High Commission is headed by the High Commissioner and is supported by a cadre of Diplomats and Attachés from Trinidad and Tobago as well as Staff from India.

The following are the functional sections of the High Commission:

High Commissioner’s Secretariat

Provides administrative support to the High Commissioner, including media releases and events management.

Political Relations

Management of cordial political relations with countries of accreditation through networking and other relationship-building activities.

Commercial Relations

Promotion of economic relations between Trinidad and Tobago and countries of accreditation, including increasing trade levels, attracting investment to Trinidad and Tobago, facilitating direct business to business links between private companies and assisting private sector in Trinidad and Tobago and countries of accreditation with trade/business queries.

Cultural Relations

Promotion of Trinidad and Tobago’s culture in countries of accreditation, including music, dance, festivals, education etc.

Consular Services

Visas, Passports, provision of Government of Trinidad and Tobago issued documents, notary services, assistance and advice to Trinidad and Tobago nationals etc.


Accounts, Human Resource, Office Management and Registry functions.


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