Hector Cueva Jacome: A People's Person

Hector Cueva Jacome: A People's Person

The beautiful culture and traditions don't take much time to grow on someone, one such example is H.E. Hector Cueva Jacome, Ambassador of Ecuador to India.

By Kanchi Batra

Over the years, India has seen a lot of personalities and people come through and imbibe the culture and touch of the country. The beautiful culture and traditions don’t take much time to grow on someone, one such example is H.E. Hector Cueva Jacome, Ambassador of Ecuador to India. 

He is the quintessential Indian. He is best described as someone who is gregarious and enjoys being around people. He is an explorer and adventurer to the core of his heart.

“I’m an Indian guy and I choose to be here,” says H.E. Buda Cueva Jacome. 

His fellow colleagues and friends hold him in high regard and affection. He comes from a country well-known for Panama Hats and many other things. Ecuador is a country in South America. The country can amaze you in so many ways that you'll soon wonder why you didn't know more about it.

The Ambassador presented his credentials to the Indian President, Shri Ram Nath Kovind on July 11, 2018. Before coming to Delhi, he served as the Consul General, Consulate General of Ecuador in Mumbai 

  According to the Envoy, there is untapped potential for expanding the bilateral cooperation between Ecuador and India.   

“India has emerged as one of the most cost-effective destinations with trained manpower and innovative infrastructure for the medical tourism segment. Certainly, foreign nationals in need of complex treatment, surgeries, and operations are progressively choosing India because of the country’s affordable, high-quality medical care,” says H.E. Buda Cueva Jacome.   

We wish, through all his endeavours, the friendship between Ecuador and India grow stronger and deeper.

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