Nepal – Venezuela Relations

Bilateral Relations
Nepal and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela established diplomatic relations on 28 April 1987.  The Embassy of Nepal in Brasilia is currently accredited to Venezuela, and likewise, the Venezuelan Ambassador to India is accredited to Nepal. Contacts between the two countries primarily take place in the international fora such as in the United Nations and the NAM. Both the countries believe in the value of multilateralism for a peaceful and prosperous world.


Exchange of Visits and Messages
On 29 May 2018, the Rt. Hon. President of Nepal sent a congratulatory message to H.E. Nicolas Maduro on his reelection as the President of Venezuela.

Rt. Hon. Mr. Nanda Bahadur Pun, Vice President visited Margarita Island of Venezuela leading a Nepali delegation to the 17th Summit of NAM held on 17 September 2016.

Mr. Jenny Figueredo, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Venezuela visited Nepal in August 2006.


As yet, there is no bilateral economic cooperation between Nepal and Venezuela, and the trade is also minimal. The trade figure between Nepal and Venezuela shows that Nepal’s export remained almost nil against an import of Rs. 11.8 million in 2018. There was no bilateral trade in the year 2019, according to TECP. Exchange in tourism and investment sectors, however, remained too small to appear in official statistics.


Europe and the Americas Division
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
August 2020