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President stresses on development and expansion of Nepal’s foreign relations


KATHMANDU: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has underlined the need of further developing and expanding Nepal’s diplomatic ties with its negibours keeping national interest at the centre.
In her address to the ‘senior former ambassadors felicitation ceremony’ organised by the Association of Former Ambassadors of Nepal at the Rastrapati Bhawan, Shital Niwas today, the President was of the view of further strengthening the nation’s foreign relations by bearing its geopolitics and aspiration for economic development in mind.
“The core value of our foreign policy is friendship with all, we cherish the goal of connecting the world with the bond of friendship,” the President said, adding the State would always remember and acknowledge the role and contribution of former ambassadors in promoting nation’s pride and prestige through the means of diplomacy.
“The success of former ambassadors in holding the nation’s head high amidst several challenges was the bright side of Nepal’s history,” the Head-of-the-State added.
On the occasion, senior former ambassadors Yog Prasad Upadhyay, Surya Prasad Shrestha, Kamal Koirala and Prof Dr Mohan Lohani were honoured.

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