High Commision Officers:-

Deputy High Commissioner
Dr. Muhammad Khalid Ejaz

 

Dr. Muhammad Khalid Ejaz holds a M.A. in International Public Policy from School of Advanced International Studies. Johns Hopkins University, Washington D.C. he was a Lecturer/ Demonstrator at Nishtar Medical College, Multan before joining the foreign Service of Pakistan in 1998.

He served in the various Divisions of the Ministry including Afghanistan, ECO, South Asia and Personnel. He remained posted as Second Secretary at the Embassy of Pakistan, Kuwait from August 2002 to December 2005. He received trainings from Civil Services Academy, Lahore (1998), Foreign Services Academy, Islamabad (1999), Japanese language Training Institute, Kansai, Japan (2000), Human Soft, Kuwait (April-May 2005), Centre for European Studies, Strasbourg, France (June 2006), Singapore Mediation Centre, Singapore (Jan 2007), and National Institute of Management, School of Public Policy, Pakistan (Oc-Dec 2008).

He was a visiting faculty member of the Faculty of Contemporary Studies, National Defence University, Islamabad (2008-09) and Bahria University, Islamabad (Jan-Jun 2009). He remaind posted at the Consulate General of Pakistan, Los Angeles from October 2009 to January 2015. He also served as Director Kashmir Affairs till June 2016. Dr. Ejaz joined Pakistan High Commission, Canberra in the end of June 2016. He is married with three children.

Counsellor
Aamer Ahmed Atozai

Aamer Ahmed Atozai holds a Master of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of Peshawar. He joined Pakistan High Commission, Canberra in September 2016 and Foreign Service of Pakistan in the year 2002. Before joining Mission in Australia, he was working as Director (South Asia) at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad.

Mr. Atozai has already served at Pakistan Embassy in Moscow, Russia (2005-2008) and Pakistan High Commission Dhaka, Bangladesh (2011-2014). Aamer Ahmed Atozai is a Russian language expert and has served at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad as

Assistant Director, Africa & Afghanistan
Director, Communication & Security
Director, General Services
Director, South East Asia & Pacific
Director, Arab Affairs
Director, Afghan Trade & Development Cell
Director Special Projects and Mission Building

He is married and has three kids.

 

Defence Advisor
BRIGADIER MUHAMMAD ASIM KHAN

Brigadier Muhammad Asim Khan, Defence Advisor to Australia, was commissioned in Pakistan Army in 1993. He has commanded an Artillery Regiment and an Artillery Brigade. He has been an instructor in School of Artillery, Pakistan Military Academy, on the faculty of Command & Staff College Quetta and a Brigade Major of a Brigade in operation. He is also concurrently accredited to New Zealand and Fiji.