Kathmandu, October 12
The Republic of Suriname has become the 163rd country to establish diplomatic ties with Nepal.
The two countries signed an agreement to establish the relations amidst a function in the United Nations headquarters in New York of the United States on Thursday.
Deputy chiefs of permanent missions of these countries to the UN signed the agreement.
Meanwhile, the two countries have agreed to partner in various international forums including the UN, Non-Aligned Movement and G77.
Suriname is a small country on the northeastern Atlantic coast of South America.
Published on October 12th, Friday, 2018 12:45 PM
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