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First Female Ambassador of Nepal to Visit NZ This Month

First Female Ambassador Appointed by the Nepal Government to Visit New Zealand This Month.

Ms Lucky Sherpa is coming to New Zealand on 15th of November and will present her credentials to the NZ Government in Wellington on 21st November. She will be in Auckland on the 17th and 18th .

Attached is her impressive Bio, which includes some time as a member of the Nepalese Parliament. She has recently arrived in Canberra as the Ambassador of Nepal for Australia and New Zealand.

With New Zealand’s strong links to Nepal it is great to have her visit NZ and strengthen these ties, particularly in the areas of :education, trade and tourism.


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