Message from the Charge d’ Affairs

Krishna Chandra ARYAL
January 01, 2016

On the auspicious occasion of the New Year 2016, the Embassy of Nepal in Tokyo wishes blissful, meaningful and productive year to all and hopes that the bilateral relations between Nepal and Japan, so happily existing for long time, would further be strengthened and consolidated in coming days.

The Embassy of Nepal in Tokyo highly values the cooperation and generosity extended by the people and Government of Japan aftermath the devastating earthquakes in April 2015 and its powerful aftershocks then after. The Embassy also sincerely appreciates positive roles played by the Nepalese and Nepalese communities in Japan.

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Nepal and Japan. On this occasion, the Embassy reiterates its commitments to work together with all the friends and well wishers of Nepal to take Nepal-Japan relations to the new height of cooperation, understanding and mutual benefits.

Once again, Happy New Year!!!

Krishna Chandra ARYAL
Charge d’Affaires

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