Our International Relation and Cooperation

After completing this lesson, student must be able to:

  • Write information about the relation of Nepal with other countries.
  • List of SAARC member countries.
  • List the organs of UNO.
  • Describe about the Nepal relation with foreign countries.
  • Explain about the contribution of Nepal in international understanding.
  • Define the foreign policy of Nepal.
  • Explain role of games and sports in promoting world peace.
  • Define the features and work of UNO.

Notes

Contribution of Nepal in International Understanding

Nepal does not participate in any wars with other countries. Nepal always believes in peace and non-violence. So, Nepal is declared as a 'Zone of Peace'. This note provides us the information about the contribution of Nepal in international understanding.

Nepal's Foreign Policy

Nepal was widely exposed to the world after the end of Rana rule in 2007 BS. Nepal has maintained diplomatic relations with many countries. This note provide us the information about foreign policy of Nepal and SAARC member countries.

United Nations Organizations and Its Organs

4 years after the Atlantic Treaty was signed, on 24th October 1945, 15 countries formally established UNO which headquarter is in New York, USA. This note has information about UNO.

UNO and Nepal

The United Nations is an international founded in 1945 after the second world war by 51 countries committed maintaining international; peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations and promoting social progress, better living standard and human rights. This note has information about the activities of UNO and Nepal.

Our Friendly Nations

Nepal wants to create mutual understanding and co-operation with its neighboring countries. Nepal’s non-aligned foreign policy, non-interference, principles of Panchasheel, membership of United Nations Organization relies on international law and world peace. This note has information about the friendly nations of Nepal.