Ambassador Sridhar Khatri attended the signing ceremony of the Respect for Marriage Act by President Joe Biden on the South Lawn of the White House yesterday, on 13th December. The new law, which was earlier passed by the US Congress, protects the same sex and interracial marriage in the US. Nepal, as a member of the UN LGBTI Core Group,
Ambassador Sridhar Khatri interacted today with a group of business executives and professionals representing various companies, including Google, in a program organized by International Development Institute (IDI), Virginia, and discussed possible ways to promote trade, tourism, and investment to Nepal.
A total of 819 service seekers directly benefited from the consular services camps organized by the Embassy in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California from 24-30 November. The Embassy would like to thank all Nepali community organizations and volunteers including Honorary Consulate General of Nepal, Shree Pashupatinath and Buddha Mandir, Nepali Association of Northern California (NANC), and NRNA California Chapter
Ambassador Sridhar Khatri visited Springfield, Illinois from 15th to 17th November 2022. On 16th November, he spoke on the topic of “Redefining Nepal: An Ambassador’s Perspective” in a program held by the World Affairs Council Central of Springfield, IL. Speaking on the occasion was also former American Ambassador to Nepal, Scott DeLisi. The Ambassador also interacted with young college and
Ambassador Sridhar Khatri welcomed two legendary artists of Nepal Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bansha Acharya at the Embassy yesterday. The group also included Uttam Sanjel, founder of Samata School who along with the two artists is on a promotional visit to the USA for Samata Schools. On the occasion, fruitful interaction was held among the participants for possible collaboration and
To mark the 75th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Nepal and the United States, the Embassy hosted a musical evening by Sur Sudha, the legendary Nepali classical band, among the guests from various US government departments, diplomatic corps in Washington, D.C. and friends of Nepal, at the Embassy on 10 November. The artists performing in the evening
Press Release To mark the 75th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Nepal and the United States, the Embassy hosted a musical evening by Sur Sudha among the guests from various US government departments, diplomatic corps in Washington, D.C. and friends of Nepal at the Embassy today. The artists performing from the legendary Nepali classical instrumental band
Ambassador Sridhar Khatri welcomed at the Embassy yesterday the delegation of Investment Board of Nepal (IBN) led by its CEO Mr. Sushil Bhatta who are on a capacity building consultation visit supported by Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP) of the US Department of Commerce on public private partnership (PPP) for investment promotion in Nepal. On the occasion, fruitful interaction was
Ms. Sepideh Keyvanshad, Mission Director of USAID in Nepal paid a courtesy call on Ambassador Sridhar Khatri at the embassy today. During the meeting, the two discussed various aspects of Nepal – USA development cooperation, including matters related to investment, trade and tourism promotion.
Ambassador Khatri met with Afreen Akhter, Deputy Assistant Secretary at the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs of the US Department of State, at the Embassy today. The meeting covered various issues of Nepal-US relations