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Nepal signs diplomatic ties with Nauru


05 May 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Nepal signed diplomatic ties with Nauru.

The Permanent Representative of Nepal to the United Nations in New York, Amrit Rai, and the Permanent Representative of Nauru Ambassador Margo Deiye signed a joint communique in New York establishing the diplomatic relations between the two countries, according to Nepal’s Mission to the UN in New York.

With this, the number of countries having diplomatic ties with Nepal reached 179.

The ambassadors of both countries have shared this information with the UN Secretary-General, it is said.

The ambassadors of the two countries have expressed their commitment to enhancing cooperation in international forums, working on development aspirations and deepening people-to-people ties.

Nauru is a country in the northeast of Australia near the Pacific Ocean and had gotten the status of an independent nation in 1968.

Publish Date : 05 May 2023 14:54 PM

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