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    Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. Kamal Thapa meeting with UK authorities
    Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. Kamal Thapa met yesterday his British counterpart Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Rt. Hon. Philip Hammond, MP at the latter’s office in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London. The two sides exchanged views on the current situation in Nepal and on the occasion being organized by Nepal and UK to mark the bicentenary of diplomatic relations between the two countries. During the meeting, Deputy Prime Minster Thapa briefed the British Foreign Minister on Nepal’s current political situation, including the promulgation of the new constitution and the difficulties being faced with the disruption of supplies of fuel and other essential commodities at Nepal-India border check points. He also raised the issue of the British Gurkhas and requested the British Government for solution of the problem on the basis of equality, including through the implementation of the recommendations contained in the parliamentary report of Jackie-Doyle Price. He also talked about the release of Mr Kumar Lama, ex-Officer in Nepal Army, especially in the context of the establishment of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Nepal.

    17 December 2015

    NepalNOW Destination
    The Embassy of Nepal and Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) jointly organized a grand “NepalNOW Destination” tourism promotion programme at the Embassy on 3rd November, 2015 with special focusses on the Post-earthquake revival of tourism in Nepal. The programme was organised at the Embassy on the second day of World Travel Market (WTM) 2015, which was held in Excel, London from 2nd to 5th November. Nepal Tourism Board and 20 travel and tourism related organizations in Nepal participated at the WTM. There were about one hundred attendees in the “NepalNOW Destination” programme in the Embassy. Among them some of the guest were member of parliament and many of them were travel & tour Operators, various Nepal connecting Airlines, travel writers, medias, Nepalese and British journalists, embassy staffs and as well as prominent members of Nepali communities based in the UK. The programme started with the National Anthem of Nepal.

    03 November 2015

    Zee London Mela 2015
    The Embassy of Nepal, London participated in the ZEE London Mela 2015, which was held at Gunnersbury Park on 6th September 2015. The Embassy of Nepal took part in the festivities to promote Nepal Tourism and Culture. The ZEE London Mela is inspired by South Asian culture. It is Europe's largest mela and attracts a diversity of audience every year. This year there were approximately 15,000 people. The Embassy of Nepal has been participating in this annual event since 2010.

    06 September 2015

    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

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