List of diplomatic missions of Nepal

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Location of diplomatic missions of Nepal:
  Nepal
  Embassy

This is a list of diplomatic missions of Nepal, excluding honorary consulates.[1] Nepal's first semblance of a diplomatic network started in the reign of King Prithivi Narayan Shah, when in 1769 he established a foreign office called Jaishi Kotha. Over centuries the office slowly grew in stature until it became a government Department in 1934, although by the time of the revolution in 1950 Nepal only had diplomatic relations with India, Britain, France and the United States. The Nepalese Ministry of Foreign Affairs rapidly expanded in the 1950s and 1960s, driven by Nepal's precarious strategic position sandwiched between India and China.

As of 2022, Nepal's diplomatic network consists of 31 embassies, 7 consulates-general, and 2 permanent missions.

Current missions[edit]

Africa[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Egypt Cairo Embassy [2]
 South Africa Pretoria Embassy
International Organizations:
[2]

Americas[edit]

Host country Host city Mission level Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Brazil Brasília Embassy [2]
 Canada Ottawa Embassy
Countries:
International Organizations:
[2]
 United States Washington, D.C. Embassy
International Organizations:
[2]
New York City Consulate-General [3]

Asia[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Bahrain Manama Embassy [2]
 Bangladesh Dhaka Embassy
International Organizations:
[2]
 China Beijing Embassy
Countries:
International Organizations:
[2]
Chengdu Consulate-General [4]
Guangzhou Consulate-General [3]
Hong Kong Consulate-General [3]
Lhasa Consulate-General [3]
 India New Delhi Embassy
Countries:
[2]
Kolkata Consulate General [3]
 Israel Tel Aviv Embassy
Countries:
[2]
 Japan Tokyo Embassy [2]
 Kuwait Kuwait City Embassy
Countries:
International Organizations:
[2]
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Embassy
Countries:
[2]
 Myanmar Yangon Embassy [2]
 Oman Muscat Embassy [2]
 Pakistan Islamabad Embassy [2]
 Qatar Doha Embassy [2]
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Embassy
Countries:
[2]
Jeddah Consulate-General [3]
 South Korea Seoul Embassy [2]
 Sri Lanka Colombo Embassy
Countries:
International Organizations:
[2]
 Thailand Bangkok Embassy
Countries:
[2]
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Embassy
International Organizations:
[2]

Europe[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Austria Vienna Embassy [2]
 Belgium Brussels Embassy
Countries:
International Organizations:
[2]
 Denmark Copenhagen Embassy
Countries:
[2]
 France Paris Embassy
Countries:
International Organizations:
[2]
 Germany Berlin Embassy
International Organizations:
[2]
 Russia Moscow Embassy [2]
 Spain Madrid Embassy [2]
 United Kingdom London Embassy
Countries:
[2]

Oceania[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 Australia Canberra Embassy [2]

Multilateral organisations[edit]

Organization Host city Host country Mission Concurrent accreditation Ref.
 United Nations New York City United States Permanent Mission
Countries:
[2]
Geneva Switzerland Permanent Mission
International Organizations:
[2]

Gallery[edit]

Closed missions[edit]

Europe[edit]

Host country Host city Mission Year closed Ref.
 Italy Rome Embassy 1967 [5]

To open[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nepalese Missions". Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nepal. Archived from the original on 7 September 2006. Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag "Nepali Missions with Concurrent Accreditation". Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal. Retrieved 14 August 2021.
  3. ^ a b c d e f "Consulates General of Nepal". Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal. Retrieved 14 August 2021.
  4. ^ "Nepal opens its fifth diplomatic mission in China".
  5. ^ "Nepal-Italy Relations". Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal. Retrieved 13 January 2022.
  6. ^ "Khmer Times News". 2 December 2018. Retrieved 2019-01-16.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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