British monarch and other foreign diplomatic missions extend congratulations to Nepal

British King, embassies of the European Union, the UK, France, and Switzerland among others extended congratulations to Nepal on the Constitution Day.

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Kathmandu:  The British monarch, King Charles III, has sent a message of congratulations to Nepal on the occasion of the Constitution Day.  Writing to the Nepal President Ram Chandra Paudel King Charles wrote: “I would like to extend my warmest congratulations to Your Excellency, and the people of Nepal, on this special day for your country as it marks its National Day.” “That we also celebrate the centenary of the U.K.-Nepal Treaty of Friendship in 2023, serves as a wonderful reminder of the depth of the relationship our countries enjoy, and of the history we share,” the British king wrote. “I look forward to the continuation of this warm friendship and our strong partnership.” The message of the King was conveyed to the Nepal president by British ambassador to Nepal Rob Fenn. “On the occasion of Nepal’s National Day, marking the agreement of the Constitution in 2015, Ambassador Rob Fenn had the privilege to convey a message from His Majesty King Charles to Rt Honourable President Ram Chandra Paudel,” UK in Nepal mentioned on Twitter.

In separate messages, the Delegation of European Union to Nepal, Embassy of the UK, embassy of Switzerland, and embassy of France, among other diplomatic missions, also extended congratulations to Nepal on the occasion of the Constitution Day 2023 that is being marked across the country with various programs.

Happy Constitution Day to the government of Nepal and Nepali people, the EU in Nepal wrote on Twitter.  “The EU in Nepal reaffirms its commitment to work hand in hand with Nepal on its goal to achieve a democratic and prosperous Nepal.”

Likewise, the UK embassy in Nepal, while expressing best wishes, said “On Constitution Day, we celebrate the spirit of democracy, unity, and progress with all our Nepal Friends.”

Embassy of Switzerland in Nepal has called Constitution Day a crucial milestone for Nepal. “Switzerland, valuing democracy and human rights, congratulates Nepal on its Constitution Day—a crucial milestone,” the embassy wrote on Twitter. “This constitution forms a strong base for Nepal’s prosperity and inclusivity, ensuring citizens’ rights and democratic participation.”

“On Nepal’s Constitution Day & National Day, I congratulate all Nepalis & Nepali govt,” wrote French ambassador to Nepal, Gilles Bourbao. “Your commitment to democracy is commendable. France cherishes its strong ties with Nepal and looks forward to deepening collaboration.”