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Mutual Visits

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The historical relations between the two countries had witnessed many visits of the kings of  to, in addition to other visits on the level of prime minister and high officials of both countries that we refer to some of them as follow:

In July 2009, the visit of Prime Minister of Nepal Right Honorable Madhav Kumar Nepal to Egypt to participate in the 15th summit of Non-aligned movement which was held in Sharm El-Sheikh.

In October 2008, the visit of Nepali Minister of Agriculture Jay Prakash Gupta to Egypt to participate in the 6th ministerial meeting to combat bird flu, and held a meeting with his Egyptian counterpart.

From 20 to 22 March 2008, the visit of Assistant Foreign Minister for Asian Affairs to Nepal.

From 13 to 17 July 2007, the visit of Nepali Minister of Foreign Affairs Sahana Pradan to Egypt.

In 2005, the visit of the Assistant Foreign Minister for Asian Affairs to Nepal.

In December 1998, the visit of the Assistant Foreign Minister for Asian Affairs to Nepal.

From 28 to 29 November 1997, the visit of a delegation from Nepali civil aviation Authority to Egypt and signing the agreement in the field of civil aviation between the two countries during the visit.

From 26th of September to 2nd of October 1996, the visit of Nepali Minister of Water Resources Pashupati Rana to Egypt.

From 3 to 8 March 1996, the visit of Minister of Electricity and Energy to Nepal to participate in the third international conference in Power Development in Afro-Asian Countries.

From 29 February to 3 March 1996, the visit of Nepali permanent Foreign Secretary Kedar Shrestha to Egypt and signing the Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministries of foreign Affairs of both countries during the visit.

From 22 to 25 January 1996, the visit of Nepali Minister of Agriculture Padma Sundar lawati to Egypt.

In August 1995, the visit of a delegation from the Civil Aviation authority to Nepal and signing the initials of the Air service Agreement between both countries.
 

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