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British Prime Minister pledges support to the Nepalese community

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British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has expressed his commitment to increase cooperation and cooperation between Britain and Nepal in the fields of trade, investment and climate change.

British Prime Minister pledges support to the Nepalese community

Sunak expressed this commitment at a special ceremony held at the British Prime Minister's Office on Monday on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Friendship concluded in 1923 between Nepal and the United Kingdom (UK).

Prime Minister Sunak discussed various dimensions of historical relations between Nepal and Britain and praised the contribution of British Gorkhas in bilateral relations. Addressing the Nepali community for the first time in his office Ten Downing Street, the Prime Minister recalled the past visit of British King Charles to Nepal and said that he was inspired by the famous work and achievements of the Nepali diaspora in the UK in various fields. Nepali Ambassador to UK Prime Minister Sunak Gyan Chandra Acharya was welcomed with flower garlands, food and philanthropist Rabindrajung Lamichhane with food. Nepali Ambassador to UK at

program Gyan Chandra Acharya informed about the importance of friendship treaty concluded in 1923 and mentioned that after the treaty, Nepal's presence in the international arena and the promotion of international relations have contributed significantly.

Giving information about the social and political changes and progress achieved in Nepal so far, Ambassador Acharya also thanked Britain for its support in Nepal's development. In addition, Acharya also expressed the belief that Nepal-UK bilateral relations will be strengthened in the next 100 years by expanding them to more areas.

Britain's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anne Marie Trevallyan said that the UK will continue to support Nepal's development efforts and support Nepal's goal of becoming a middle-income country by further expanding economic relations. The

event was attended by the Nepalese community, ex-Gorkhas, British parliamentarians and high-ranking officials who are involved in various professions and businesses in the UK and British people who love Nepal.

A program was held at the Prime Minister's Office to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the 1923 Treaty of Friendship between Nepal and Britain. The program was supported by the Nepali Embassy in London and the leaders of the Nepali community, Rabindrajung Lamichhane, Prashant Kunwar, councilors of Nepali origin and others. Before addressing the program, Ambassador Acharya explained the treaty to Prime Minister Sunak.

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