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Qatari State Minister for Foreign Affairs bids farewell to Nepali Ambassador

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Doha, 29 September 2021 (TDI): Sultan bin Saad Al Muraikhi, Qatari State Minister for Foreign Affairs held talks with Dr. Narad Nath Bharadwaj, Ambassador of Nepal to the State of Qatar in Doha.

The meeting was held at the moment of the accomplishment of the tenure of Dr. Narad. The Qatari official bid farewell to the Nepali ambassador. Sultan bin Saad also thanked him for his efforts in bringing both countries together. The official also wished him success in his next chapter. He praised his efforts in maintaining the diplomatic ties between both countries.  Dr. Narad reviewed his tenure spent in Qatar. Both talked on matters of common concern.

The state of Qatar and Nepal established their diplomatic ties on 21 January 1977. Both countries have cordial and friendly bilateral ties based on mutual understanding, trust, respect, and cooperation. Qatar establish its diplomatic mission in Nepal in 2011 while Nepal opened its mission in 2000. The earlier Qatari embassy in India was accredited for Nepal.  As Nepal and Qatar share similar views on many international agendas and issues, both countries at the United Nations, Non-Aligned Movement, and other international forums have been working in tandem and playing an active roles for the cause of peace, security, and development in the world.

 

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