Presentation of Letters of Credentials to the Right Hon’ble President

Press Release Rt. Hon. President Mr. Ramchandra Paudel received Letters of Credence from H.E. Mr. Evagoras Vryonides, Non- residential Ambassador of Republic of Cyprus, H.E. Ms. Diana Mickeviciene, Non-residential Ambassador of Republic of Lithuania, H.E. Mr. Askar Beshimov, Non-residential Ambassador of Kyrgyz Republic and H.E. Mr. Kevin Kelly, Non-residential Ambassador of Ireland to Nepal at the Office of the President, today. Following the ceremony, newly appointed Ambassadors were granted an audience with the Rt. Honorable President. Hon’ble Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Mr. Narayan Kaji Shrestha and other High-level officials of the Government of Nepal were present Read More …

Presentation of Letters of Credentials to the Right Hon’ble President

Press Release Right Hon’ble President Mr. Ramchandra Paudel received Letters of Credence from H.E. Mr. Suwapong Sirisorn, Ambassador of Kingdom of Thailand to Nepal, H.E. Mr. Joao Manuel Mendes Ribeiro de Almeida, Non-residential Ambassador of Republic of Portugal to Nepal, H.E. Ms. Capaya Rodriguez Gonzalez, Non-residential Ambassador of Republic of Venezuela to Nepal and H.E. Mr. Ganbold Dambajav, Non- residential Ambassador of Mongolia to Nepal, amidst a special ceremony held at the Office of the President, today. Following the ceremony, newly appointed Ambassadors were granted an audience with the Rt. Honorable President. Honorable Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Read More …

Commander of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, paid a courtesy call on to the Rt. Honorable President

Delegation led by Admiral John C. Aquilino, Commander of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, paid a courtesy call on to the Rt. Honorable President Mr. Ramachandra Paudel, at the Office of the President today. On the occasion, Rt. Honorable President expressed his happiness over the strong bilateral relations existing between Nepal and the United States. He also stated that Nepal firmly believes in peace and harmony and has been consistently contributing as one of the largest contributor in the UN peace keeping operations since 1958 A.D.

H.E. Dr. Martin Schulz, Global President of FES, Germany, paid a courtesy call on to the Rt. Hon. President

H.E. Dr. Martin Schulz, Global President of Friederich Ebert Stiftung (FES), Germany, paid a courtesy call on to the Rt. Hon. President Mr. Ramchandra Paudel, at the Office of the President today. Emphasizing on the friendly and cordial relationship between Nepal and Germany, Rt. Hon. President appreciated FES for its remarkable contribution in the areas of good governance, economy and democracy in Nepal.

Rt. Hon’ble President received a courtesy call from H.E. Ms. Felicity Jane Volk

Rt. Hon’ble President Mr. Ramchandra Paudel received a courtesy call from H.E. Ms. Felicity Jane Volk, Ambassdor of Australia to Nepal, at his office today. On the occasion, the bilateral relations and the areas of common interests and co-operation between Nepal and Australia were discussed. Appreciating Australia’s prosperous economy and its significant role in global forums, Rt.  Hon. President expressed his hope that Australia, as one of the prosperous countries of South East Asia and the Pacific region, will continue its support in the social and economic development of a landlocked and least developed countries like Nepal.

Rt. Hon’ble President received a courtesy call from Ambassador of Japan to Nepal

Rt. Hon’ble President Mr. Ramachandra Paudel received a courtesy call from H.E. Mr. KIKUTA Yutaka, Ambassador of Japan to Nepal, at his office today. On this occasion, Rt. Hon. President expressed his happiness over the excellent bilateral relations existing between Nepal and Japan. He also thanked Government of Japan for its unconditional respect towards the sovereignty, geographical integrity and independence of Nepal and also for its continuous support in the development of socio-economic sectors in Nepal.

Rt. Hon. President received a courtesy call from the Foreign Minister of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka

Rt. Hon. President Mr. Ramchandra Paudel received a courtesy call from the Foreign Minister H.E. Mr. Mohamed Uvais Mohamed Ali Sabry, PC, MP of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka at the Office of the President today. On the occasion, the bilateral relations and the areas of common interests and co-operation between Nepal and the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka were discussed.