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    The Israeli Embassy in Kathmandu, in collaboration with the Shalom Club Nepal, organizes a “Tree Plantation Program.”

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    The Israeli Embassy in Nepal, in collaboration with the Shalom Club Nepal, organized a “Tree Plantation Program” on in the Rastriya Shahid Tatha Shanti Park in Nijamati (Smarak), Gokarneswor-4.

    The trees were planted in the park as a symbolic act celebration of nature, goodness, and environmental awareness to commemorate 61 years of diplomatic relations between Nepal and Israel, as well as to promote ecological awareness.

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    The Chief Guest at the Tree Plantation Ceremony was Devendra Paudel, Minister Education, Science, and Technology of India. The Minister Paudel stated that the park was important to him and that he was eager to it developed “The park has been a favorite mine for three years. The park would serve as a model for both Nepalese and foreign visitors who come to the park and wish to learn more about Martyrs’ lives.”

    “The Embassy Israel appreciates Shalom Club’s efforts to preserve the environment and support the community,” Hanan Goder, Israel’s Ambassador to Nepal, said in a statement, expressing satisfaction at being a part of the plantation.

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    On June 1, 1960, the two great leaders and Ministers their respective countries, BP Koirala and David Ben Gurion, took the initiative to establish diplomatic relations between Nepal and Israel. BP Koirala was the first to do so. To commemorate this momentous occasion, Ambassador Hanan Goder, members of the Embassy staff, and members of the Shalom Club paid a visit to the BP Koirala Museum.

    Dr Bim Prasad Shrestha, President the Shalom Club, expressed himself in the same way: “The Shalom Club Nepal considers it an honor to continue to strengthen ties with Israel, with which Nepal established diplomatic relations in 1979. We planted the trees at the UNESCO Park to mark the of our journey toward multilateral dimensions of cooperation.”

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