वैदेशिक रोजगार बचतपत्र निष्काशन सम्बन्धी नेपाल राष्ट्रबैंकको सूचना !!! नव वर्ष २०१७ को शुभ–कामना तमु ल्होसारको शुभ–कामना शुभ-कामना शुभ-कामना Press release of the Embassy concerning an interaction program H.E. Mr. Lok Bahadur Thapa presents his Credentials to His Majesty King Philippe शुभ-कामना Press Release on National Day Function शुभ-कामना Embassy Participates in the 'Embassy Festival' Embassy Festival in the Hague Press Release on Nepal Promotion in Brussels Embassy to Remain Closed on 15 August Press Release on ‘Nepal Promotion Event’ in Amsterdam Press Release about the Seminar on ‘Nepal-EU Cooperation: Unlocking Nepal’s Hydropower Potential’ दूतावासको फेसबुक पेज सञ्चालन सम्बन्धी सूचना नयाँ वर्ष २०७३ को शुभ-कामना प्रेस विज्ञप्ति: ब्रसेल्समा भएको बम विस्फोटन तथा नेपालीहरुको अवस्था (२५ मार्च २०१६) MoFA's Press Release on Terrorist Bomb Attacks in Brussels ब्रसेल्समा भएको आतंककारी बम विस्फोटन सम्बन्धमा दूतावासको प्रेस विज्ञप्ति शुभ–कामना विक्रम सम्वत २०७२ को सोनाम ल्होसार पर्वको शुभ-कामना नयाँ वर्ष २०१६ को हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभ–कामना विक्रम सम्वत २०७२ को तमु ल्होसार पर्वको शुभ-कामना विक्रम सम्वत २०७२ को उधौली पर्वको शुभ–कामना ईस्वी सम्वत २०१५ को क्रिसमस पर्वको शुभ–कामना Embassy Participates in the 27th Governing Council Meeting of the CFC तिहार, म्ह पुजा तथा नेपाल सम्वत ११३६ को शुभकामना Seminar on Cultural Heritage Management in Post-Earthquake Nepal हार्दिक निमन्त्रणा नेदरल्याण्डसको विश्वविद्यालयमा नेपाली डकुमेन्ट्री प्रदर्शन (२५ सेप्टेम्बर २०१५) । The Embassy to remain closed on Monday, 21 September 2015 Nepal sees 1,635 trekkers after the earthquake (19 August 2015) UK diplomats trek to promote Nepal tourism Nepal Earthquake Relief and Rehabiliation Fund transferred to Nepal List of donors to the Earthquake Relief and Rehabilitation Fund of the Embassy If you want to help Nepal recover from the Quake, go there on vacation Latest briefing to Diplomatic Community by Foreign Minister (04 May) Indicative list of Priority items for the ongoing relief operations Press Release from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal Don’t rush to Nepal to help. Read this first Appeal of the Embassy for the Humanitarian Aid to the Earthquake victims of Nepal Powerful Earthquake Devastates Nepal The Embassy remains closed on 17 April 2015 Prime Minister meets Commission President Barroso Investment Opportunities in Nepal: Hydropower and Tourism Five decades of Nepal-Belgium diplomatic relations commemorated in Brussels Prime Minister Sushil KOIRALA meets European Council President Van ROMPUY in Brussels Prime Minister KOIRALA gives instructions to Europe and Israel based Nepalese Ambassadors, interacts Prime Minister KOIRALA meets Prime Minister BETTEL of Luxembourg

Prime Minister KOIRALA gives instructions to Europe and Israel based Nepalese Ambassadors, interacts

Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Mr. Sushil KOIRALA gave instructions to the Europe and Israel based Nepalese Ambassadors and oriented them on the priorities and policies of the Government in its conduct of foreign relations. In course of the briefing, he told the Ambassadors that the political and constitution writing process in Nepal is heading towards positive direction and expressed confidence that the Constitution drafting process will be completed by February 2015. He urged the Nepalese Ambassadors and heads of the Missions to work extra hard in promoting the country's image and interests in the European capitals. He instructed them to concentrate their efforts on attracting foreign investment and expertise in the priority sectors of the economy, especially in hydropower, tourism, infrastructure development and agriculture.  Ambassadors and heads of Nepalese Missions gathered in Brussels briefed the Prime Minister on the activities of their respective missions and reported the opportunities and challenged being faced by them in course of the conduct of their duties. The Prime Minister took note of the ideas and opinions expressed in the meeting and assured the envoys to take appropriate measures to address the problems.

Prime Minister KOIRALA also interacted with the members of Nepalese community in the BENELUX on the day of his departure to Kathmandu on 1st October. In course of interactions with the community members, including the members and officer bearers of Non-Resident Nepalese Association Nepal's (NRNA) various national chapters, the Prime Minister called each and every Nepali in a foreign country as a true 'Ambassador' of Nepal and urged them to contribute to promoting and further developing Nepal's relations with the countries of their residence, especially at people-to-people and business-to-business levels. He also mentioned the improved business climate in Nepal in the context of the signing of a few important investment related agreements with India in recent times, including the Power Trading Agreement (PTA) and few Power Development Agreements (PDA's).

He shared with the Nepalese Diaspora to come back home and grab the opportunities as there are many international investors and companies who are taking serious interest in the business and investment opportunities available in Nepal after the creation of peaceful and secure business environment following the recent historical political changes in Nepal. During his stay in Brussels from 29 September to 1st October 2014, Prime Minister KOIRALA held important meetings with the Presidents of European Council and Commissions as well as the Prime Minister of Luxembourg.

The Prime Minister and his delegation members including the Acting Foreign Secretary Mr. Shanker Das BAIRAGI, Political Advisor of the Prime Minister Ms. Mridula KOIRALA other MoFA officials were welcomed and seen off at the Brussels International Airport by H.E. Ambassador Mr. Ram Mani POKHAREL and other members of the diplomatic staff at the Embassy.