KATHMANDU, MAR 24 – Yogesh J Karan, Fijian ambassador to Nepal and India, On Sunday inaugurated the Consulate Office of Fiji in Kathmandu with a flag hoisting ceremony.
The Consulate, located at BLC Mansion in Thapathali, will look after bilateral issues between Nepal and the Republic of Fiji, according to a statement issued by the Consulate of the Republic of Fiji.
Newly appointed Honourary Consul of Fiji to Nepal Parash Shakya expressed his confidence that the Consulate will try to further enhance the existing bilateral relations between the two countries.
Divided into four major divisions and 14 provinces, the total current population of Fiji is 876,000; the Republic is situated in Oceania between Hawaii and New Zealand. Fiji’s current GDP is US$ 4.218 billion with per capita income of US$ 4,900. Bilateral relations between Nepal and Fiji were established in 1986.
Addressing a ceremony, envoy Karan stressed on the prospects of mutual cooperation between Nepal and Fiji in the future.