Nepal and the Sultanate of Oman as friendly nations established diplomatic relations on 21 January 1977. The mutual cooperation and understanding between the two friendly countries have been developed, nurtured and promoted over the years to the mutual satisfaction of both countries.
Taking into account the country’s interests, welfare and requisite services to the ever-growing Nepalese community in the Sultanate of Oman also to further broaden and deepen the relations so happily subsisting between the two countries, the Government of Nepal decided to open a residential Embassy in Muscat, the Sultanate of Oman in 2013. Subsequently, the Government of Nepal appointed Jhabindra Prasad Aryal, Chargé d’Affaires as its first residential Head of Mission in Muscat entrusting him to set up the mission and commence its services.
The first residential Embassy of Nepal declared open in Muscat 1 September 2013. Prior to this, the Embassy of Nepal in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia was concurrently accredited to the Sultanate