Press Release The Embassy organized today an interactive event titled ‘Nepali Diaspora and Investment Opportunities in Nepal’ in Washington D.C. to promote foreign direct investment in Nepal. Businessmen, investors, representatives of Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) and various Nepali community organizations in the US, and experts participated in the program. Charge’ d’Affaires, a.i. (CDA) Mr. Kumar Raj Kharel, highlighting reform
Ambassador His Excellency Dr. Yubaraj Khatwada returned to Nepal on October 27, 2021 after completing his tour of duty as the Ambassador of Nepal to the United States. The Embassy organized a program to bid a farewell to him. The Embassy family wishes him further successes and good health in the days ahead.
Ambassador Khatiwada today paid a courtesy visit to Massachusetts Capitol and had meetings with the Speaker of the House Ronald Mariano and Senate Vice-President William N. Brownsberger at their respective offices. On the occasion, the Ambassador Khatiwada was given a tour of the House and Senate in session during which both the House and Senate passed resolutions to honor the
Ambassador Khatiwada had a courtesy meeting with the Mayor of the City of Cambridge, Massachussets Sumbul Siddiqui at her office in the City Hall today. On the occasion, Mayor Siddiqui welcomed the Ambassador by bestowing on him the key to the city. During the meeting, views were exchanged on matters related to the welfare of Nepali community residing in the
Ambassador Khatiwada paid a courtesy call on the Honorable Charlie Baker, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on September 27. Matters of mutual interests such as promotion of business, trade, education and cultural exchanges between Nepal and the United States, and welfare of Nepali Diaspora in Massachusetts were discussed during the meeting. Monday, September 27, 2021.
In a dinner reception hosted by Asian American Commission Commissioner and Nepali community leader Pralhad KC, Ambassador Khatiwada met with the Massachusetts Senate Pro-tempore Brownsberger, State Representatives Donald Wong and Tackey Chan of the Asian Caucus and a diverse group of community leaders. A productive discussion on promoting Nepal-US relations and reviving a bipartisan Nepalese Caucus in the Massachusetts State
Ambassador Khatiwada inaugurated a two-day mobile consular services camp at the Columbus Club of Arlington in Arlington, Massachusetts. Embassy’s consular services include passport processing, document attestation, power of attorney and non-resident Nepali (NRN) card. Saturday, Sep 25, 2021 In the afternoon, Ambassador Khatiwada interacted with MIT and Harvard Students on the topic of ‘Doing Business in Nepal’ at Luria Auditorium,
Ambassador Khatiwada, on 12 September held a meeting with Congressman Mr. Joe Neguse in Denver, Colorado. During the meeting, Ambassador Khatiwada and the Congressman shared their views on matters related to promoting Nepal-US relations, including on reviving the bipartisan Nepal Caucus in the US Congress.
Ambassador Khatiwada on 11 September inaugurated a two-day mobile consular services camp at StudentLife-FRCC Westminster Campus, Denver, Colorado. The camp provided the Embassy’s consular services such as passport, document attestation, power of attorney and Non-resident Nepali (NRN) card. In the afternoon, Ambassador Khatiwada addressed an interaction program titled ‘Role of Youth Diaspora in Transformation of Nepal’. While highlighting the