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NEPAL, UGANDA ESTABLISH DIPLOMATIC TIES

KATHMANDU, Nepal and Uganda have established formal diplomatic relations on Tuesday, the Nepalese Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal said.

The number of countries with which Nepal has established diplomatic ties has now reached 145, according to the ministry.

Permanent Representative of Nepal to the United Nations based in New York Durga Prasad Bhattarai and Permanent Representative of Uganda to the United Nations Adonia Ayebare signed a Joint Communique at a brief ceremony in New York on Tuesday, the ministry said.

On the occasion, the two ambassadors expressed their confidence that the signing of the agreement would bring Nepal and Uganda closer at the multilateral forum and helps forge closer bilateral cooperation, and sharing of experiences in their pursuit of development and peace.

Uganda is a country situated in East Africa with a population of about 39 million.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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