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Ambassador Khadka presents credentials to Hungarian President

2023 Nov 16, 6:22,

 Nepal's Non-Resident Ambassador to Hungary, Ram Kaji Khadka, presented his Letters of Credence to President of Hungary, Katalin Novak, amidst a special ceremony held at the Sandor Palace, Office of the President .

Information this was shared by Embassy of Nepal in Berlin, Germany in a press statement. Khadka is Nepal's residential ambassador to Germany.

In course of the presentation of his credentials, Ambassador Khadka conveyed the message of cordial greetings from President Ram Chandra Paudel, and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda', and for President Novak's good health and happiness.

Similarly, Khadka took an opportunity to convey the message of warm greetings and best wishes from the government and people of Nepal to the government and people of Hungary for their continued peace, progress, prosperity and wellbeing.

Following the ceremony, the Ambassador had an audience by the President where they exchanged views on various aspects of bilateral relations between Nepal and Hungary.

Hungarian minister to visit Nepal

President Novak expressed her confidence that the visit of the Minister of foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary to Nepal in the near future would be a historic moment for both the countries.

The ceremony was attended by high level officials of the Office of the President and Ministry of foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary including the territorial Departments.

Ambassador Khadka also visited the 'Hero's Square', laid wreath, and paid homage to the national heroes of Hungary. 


Ram Kaji Khadka President of Hungary Katalin Novak Embassy of Nepal in Berlin
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