Commemorative Program on the 100 Years of Nepal-UK Friendship Treaty of 1923
A Commemorative Programme was organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to mark the 100 years of Nepal-United Kingdom Friendship Treaty of 1923 at Singha Durbar State Halltoday.
On the occasion, Hon’ble Mr. Narayan Prakash Saud, Minister for Foreign Affairs delivered his remarks highlighting various aspects of age-old relations between Nepal and the United Kingdom.
The Program commenced with welcome remarks by Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ms. Sewa Lamsal.
Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Nepal H. E. Mr. Rob Fenn also spoke on the importance of the Treaty on Nepal-UK bilateral ties.
The programme was attended by Hon’ble National Security Advisor, Chief Secretary, Secretaries of different Ministries, Ambassadors, Chiefs of security agencies, former foreign secretaries, former ambassadors, academia, representatives from the media, among others.
The Friendship Treaty was signed on 21 December 1923 at the Singha Durbar State Hall exactly one hundred years ago.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Singha Durbar, Kathmandu
21 December 2023