It is my distinct honour and privilege to represent Nepal as the first residential Ambassador in the Sultanate of Oman.
I express my sincere gratitude to the Government of Nepal for assigning me with this foremost responsibility.
Nepal and Oman have been enjoying excellent bilateral relations ever since the establishment of diplomatic relations on January 21, 1977.
The presence of a large number of fellow Nepali nationals in this country has helped strengthen people-to-people relations between our two countries apart from their contribution to the economic development of Oman and the economy of Nepal. Their safety, security and well-being receive our top priority.
As an Ambassador, it shall be my duty, and I am fully committed, to further strengthening the traditionally warm and close ties that are so happily subsisting between our two countries by expanding cooperation in such significant areas as trade, investment and tourism for the mutual benefits of our countries and people.
During my tenure, besides our regular labour related issues I have been putting my efforts to expand the spectrum of diplomacy between Nepal and the Sultanate of Oman. These new endeavours incorporate attracting FDI from Omani investors in Nepal, Exchange of visits between delegations of two countries,Finalising MoUS on various sectors such as Labour, DTAA, Visa Exemption, Culture and Museum, Tourism Promotion; and Sister relation between metropolis of Nepal and Oman. I am very pleased to share that Nepal and Oman have already signed MoUs on Bilateral Consultation Mechanism (BCM); and Air Service Agreement (ASA).
Once again, I express my full commitment to fulfill the responsibilities entrusted to me and I humbly request support and kind cooperation from all sections of society both in sending and receiving countries in this regard.