Vision/Mission

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (referred to as “the Ministry” hereafter) and the Embassies, Permanent Missions and Consulates (referred to as “the Missions” hereafter) abroad are entrusted with several responsibilities in accordance with the government’s rule for allocation of business (see box). They are responsible for protecting Nepal’s national interest executing the country’s foreign policy, strengthening bilateral and multilateral relations, promoting Nepal’s economic diplomacy in the areas of trade, investment, remittances, tourism and development cooperation, providing passport and consular services, protecting the interests of increasing number of Non-Resident Nepalis, Nepali workers and professionals abroad, and regulate hospitality and protocol services.

The Ministry and its missions are supposed project and protect Nepal’s independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity, to promote friendly relations with all the countries of the world and particularly with its immediate neighbors, to play an active role in the United Nations and other international organizations in order to promote international peace and security, and development, to play an active role in the promotion of regional cooperation in South Asia, to act as the country’s a first point of contact for the outside world and also serve as Nepal’s window to the world.

  • To conduct Nepal’s foreign relations in consonance with the policies and guidelines of Government of Nepal,
  • To project and protect Nepal’s independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity, and national interest abroad,
  • To promote bilateral, regional and multilateral relations for the socio economic development of the country,
  • To promote friendly relations with all the countries of the world and particularly with its immediate neighbors, on the basis of sovereign equality, mutual respect, trust, goodwill and understanding,
  • To play an active role in the United Nations and other international organizations in order to promote international peace and security, and development,
  • To play a positive and meaningful role in the Nonaligned Movement in the context of a changed world.
  • To play an active role in the promotion of regional cooperation in South Asia under the South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation,
  • To act as the country’s a first point of contact for the outside world and also serve as Nepal’s window to the world.
  • To play an increasingly active role in the conduct of Nepal’s economic diplomacy, thereby promoting our trade, investment, economic cooperation, tourism, and help tap and develop our  immense water resources potential.
Share Us ...Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInEmail this to someonePrint this page