50th anniversary of Nepal-Korea diplomatic relations marked

Kathmandu, Apr 30: The 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Nepal and the Republic of Korea was marked here by organizing an event on Sunday.

Speaking at the event jointly organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the Nepal Tourism Board. Minister for Tourism, Culture and Civil Aviation Hit Bahadur Tamang pointed out that over the past 50 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations, both countries have always respected and trusted each other, setting a good example of friendly coexistence and mutually beneficial cooperation in various fields have yielded fruitful results. 

Likewise, Park Tae-Young, ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Nepal, highlighted the 50- year journey as a tale of shared values and mutual respect, contributing to personal and economic development.

“I have shared that the Korean government has designated Nepal as a priority cooperation country for 15 consecutive years in development cooperation focusing on vocational education, health, agriculture and ICT,” Park said.

On the occasion, members of the joint expedition team who successfully scaled Mt. Jugal in Sindhupalchwok recently were felicitated. Renowned Korean mountaineer and honorary Nepali citizen Um Hong Gil led the South Korean team and record-setter climber Dawa Yangzum Sherpa led the Nepali team in the expedition from April 5 to April 27, 2024, read a statement issued by the Embassy of Korea in Kathmandu.

The programme was attended by members of the parliament, diplomats, high-level officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, media persons, businessmen from the tourism sectors and all expedition team members.

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