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News and Updates
Nepali Mela 2015
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Nepal and the UK, Embassy of Nepal, London and Tamu Dhee UK jointly organised Nepali Mela UK 2015 on Sunday, 30 August 2015 at Kempton Park race course, Middlesex. Nepal’s culture, tradition, and pride were the centre of the celebrations.
30 August 2015
Nepal Tourism Promotion Program In Ireland
The Nepal Tourism Promotion Programme was organised by the Embassy of Nepal, London in co-operation with The Nepal Ireland Society on 13th July 2015 at Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Ireland. The event was to encourage the flow of tourism after the devastating earthquake which struck Nepal in April 2015. The key purpose of the programme was to promote tourism in Nepal and convey the important message: “Nepal is still safe to visit”.
13 July 2015
Nepal Tourism Promotion Program In Iceland
The first Nepal Tourism Promotion Programme was organised by the Embassy of Nepal, London in co-operation Mr. Knútur Óskarsson on 16th June 2015 at The Foss Hotel in Iceland. The event was held two months after the devastating Earthquake, which struck Nepal in April 2015. The key message that was conveyed at the programme was: “Nepal is still safe to visit”.
16 June 2015
Charge’ D’ Affaires Calls On Rt. Hon. Minister Desmond Swayne TD MP.
Charge’ d’ Affaires a. i. Mr. Tej Bahadur Chhetri visited to the Department for International Development (DFID) and called on Minister of State for International Development, the Rt. Hon Desmond Swayne TD MP on 9th of February 2015. During the meeting, they discussed on the issues of bilateral interests, high-level visits, the on-going peace process, official development assistance, trade, investment, hydro power, tourism and British-Gurkhas.
10 February 2015