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Meet the New Ambassador of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal to Austria: H.E. Mr. Prakash Kumar Suvedi

Published: January 9, 2018; 17:00 · (Vindobona)

The new Nepalese Ambassador to Austria Prakash Kumar Suvedi presented President Alexander Van der Bellen with his letter of accreditation at the Vienna Hofburg.

New Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal Ambassador to Austria Prakash Kumar Suvedi presenting Letter of Credence to Austrian Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen at the Imperial Palace in Vienna / Picture: © www.bundespraesident.at / Peter Lechner / HBF

On 9 January 2018, Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen welcomed the newly accredited Ambassador Prakash Kumar Suvedi to the Presidential Chancellery of the Vienna Imperial Palace for the presentation of his letter of accreditation.

The newly appointed Ambassador of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal was accompanied by Envoy Amber Bahadur Karki, Embassy Secretary Baliram Prasad Dhami and Attaché Kulchandra Aryal.

 

Curriculum Vitae:
Date of Birth: June 18, 1964
Education:

M.A. International Relations, International University of Japan, Minami Uonuma-shi, Niigata-ken, Japan;

M.A. Economics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal;

Professional  Experiences:

Ambassador to Austria, November 2017;

Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office in Vienna; Permanent Representative to the United Nations Industrial Development Organization; Permanent Representative to the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization; Resident Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency; December 2016;

Joint Secretary, South Asia Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, November 2014 –;

Joint Secretary, General Administration Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, April 2013-;

Joined Foreign Service of Nepal in July 1988.

Served in various Geographic Divisions, Protocol Division and Administration Division; Served in Nepalese Embassies in Moscow, (First Secretary 19951999), Riyadh (Counsellor 2005-2008) and Copenhagen (Minister Counsellor 2009-2013).

Professional Trainings:

US-South Asia Leader Engagement Program, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Executive Education, April 2016.

Advance Security Course (ASC), Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific

Center for Security Studies, Honolulu, HI, USA, AugustSeptember 2008; Singapore Experience of Development,

Singapore Foreign Ministry, 2000;

International Public Law, The Hague Summer School, 1992; Diplôme, Institut International d’Administration Publique, Paris, France 1992.

Languages: Nepali (native), English, French, Hindi
Family Status: Married, one daughter one son

Source:

Embassy and Permanent Mission of Nepal: https://at.nepalembassy.gov.np/