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Diplomatic mission refers to a group of people from one state or an international inter-governmental organization. It usually refers to international diplomacy, the conduct of international relations. The Countries having diplomatic relationship establish officers to deal with formally. The development of relationship helps in each other's existence helps them fulfill their needs and demands. The offices are called Embassy or Councils. Nepal has maintained a diplomatic relationship with 141 nations. Among these nations, Nepal has set up diplomatic missions in 26 nations and 29 nations have established their diplomatic missions in Nepal. The permanent diplomatic missions are specially known as embassy. The officials in the embassy are appointed by the respective nation. The head of the embassy is Ambassador. The term "embassy" is commonly used also as a section of a building in which the work of the diplomatic mission is carried out. In Nepal, the ambassador is appointed by the president as per the recommandation of council of the ministers. It is embassy to manage the visit, appointment and other necessary arrangements of the president Prime minister, ministers, and other high profiled people. If two Common rich countries have distinct heads of state (Presidents), each one's senior diplomatic representative to the other continues to be called a high commissioner. He or she represents a sending government or a sending head of state.

Major functions of the embassy

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We know, that the embassy is a deputation or mission sent by one ruler or state to another. It is also, the representative of the entire nation to other's country. It has a wide range of function to be carried out. Some of the major functions are as follows:

  • To represent a country in different treaties and agreements.
  • To facilitate and coordinate economic activities relating to trade, investment and tourism.
  • To provide security to own citizens.
  • To be active towards their genuine concerns and be close friends to sole the problem.
  • To meet with nationals on matters affecting their social well-being.
  • To play a very important role in trade fairs, occasions, social and cultural functions in between nations.
  • To present authorized voices of a country in case of conflict and misunderstanding.
  • The embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries.

Countries having Embassies of Nepal to abroadAustralia

Australia India Russia Bahrain
Bangladesh Israel South arab Brazil
Belgium Japan Srilanka Germany
China South korea Thailand Qatar
Denmark Malaysia United Arab Emirates Kuwait
Egypt Myanmar TheUnited States of America Canada
Franc Pakistan

Countries having Embassy to Nepal:

Australia India Pakistan South Arabia
Bangladesh Israel Russia
China Japan Srilanka
Denmark North Korea Thailand
Egypt South Korea United Kingdom
Finland Malaysia The United States of America
France Manmar Switzerland
Germany Norway Brazil

  • Nepal has maintained a diplomatic relationship with 141 nations.
  • The permanent diplomatic missions are specially known as embassy.
  • The officials in the embassy are appointed by the respective nation.
  • The head of the embassy is Ambassador.
  • The major functions of the embassy is to provide to own citizens.
  • The head of the embassy and other officials should be rationally  selected and appointed. 
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Very Short Questions

The following are the major functions of the embassy:

  • To represent a country in different treaties and agreements.
  • To facilitate and coordinate economic activities relating to trade, investment, and tourism.
  • To provide security to own citizens.
  • To be active towards their genuine concerns and be close friends to solve the problem.
  • To meet with nationals on matters affecting their social well-being.
  • To play a very important role in trade fairs, occasions, social and cultural functions in between nations.
  • To present authorized voices of a country in case of conflict and misunderstanding.
  • The embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries.

A country is not able in all aspects. It needs other countries. They give and take of help makes life easier. Even when a country cannot help another, it becomes better to remain neutral. It brings good relationship and world peace. Peaceful life leads to progress and prosperity. Unlike this, if there is cold war or hot war for it leads to destruction. One nation frequently interferes another. There will be tug of war for power and land. This disturbs world peace and it becomes a difficult to live. So, it is necessary to keep good international relationship.

Nepal Army and Nepal Police have been providing emergency services during floods, landslides, earthquakes, air crash, mountaineering accidents, etc. it solves problems in the country in peaceful manner.
They also fight against anti-nationalist groups. They try to maintain security within the country safeguard human rights of the people.

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what is diplomacy?


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.the promotion and degradation of bilatral relations highly depends on the activities of an ambassafor.


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"An ambassador is the representative of the country." Justify this statement.


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"An ambassador is the representative of the country in abroad." Justify this statement.


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