Nepal, Dominica establish diplomatic relations


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Kathmandu: Nepal and Caribbean island nation, Dominica have established diplomatic relations. With this, the countries with which Nepal has established ties have reached 169.

Permanent representatives of Nepal to the United Nations Amrit Bahadur Rai and Permanent Representative of Dominica to the UN, Loreen Ruth Bannis signed a Joint Communiqué to this effect at a ceremony in the Permanent Mission of Nepal in New Work.

On the occasion, the duo held a discussion on further strengthening relations between the two countries, said the Permanent Mission of Nepal.

Dominica spanning 750 square kilometers houses approximately 75,000 populations.

Both Nepal and Dominica are members of G77 and have adopted Non-Alignment Movement as their foreign policy.