Germany and Nepal

Germany and Nepal - Bilateral Relations

Bilateral relations are close and amicable. In fifty years of diplomatic relations, a varied network of ties has been established, also outside the official sphere. Germany has firmly supported democratization in Nepal and is now also supporting the peace process. Other major aspects of the bilateral relations are development co-operation, bilateral trade and cultural exchange.

Claudia Roth

Ms. Claudia Roth, Vice President of German Parliament, completes her successful visit to Nepal

Ms. Claudia Roth, Vice President of the German Bundestag, paid a successful three-day visit to Nepal from 9th to 11th April 2017. The objective of the visit was to enhance cooperation between the Parl...

Ambassador Meyer calls on Former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal

German Ambassador to Nepal Matthias Meyer on March 26 paid a courtesy visit to former Prime Minister and senior political leader Madhav Kumar Nepal at the latter’s residence. 

Ambassador Meyer with Vice President Jha

Ambassador Matthias Meyer

paid a courtesy visit to the Vice President of Nepal, Mr. Paramananda Jha, on 15 October 2014.

Germany stands by Nepal for democratic, inclusive and federal constitution

In several events jointly organised by the Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Kathmandu, German economic expert Dr. Dietrich Kebschull provided important inputs from the experience of Germany with economic federalism. Dr. Kebschull was in Kathmandu for three days - on 6, 7 and 8 of August 2014.

Germany and Nepal

German institutions in Nepal

Development cooperation

Development cooperation is a main focus of the bilateral relations between Germany and Nepal. In the following we will present our most important projects.