The Dinner is AIDIA’s response to the need of incentivising diplomatic community interaction and mutual knowledge in the Asian continent. While foreign missions representatives in other world regions usually engage in social and educational activities in order to promote their closer interaction at personal and institutional levels, Asia is still missing such tradition, thus offering diplomats very few occasions to communicate and get acquainted with each other.
AIDIA organises The Kathmandu Diplomatic Dinner precisely with that aim of providing envoys with the opportunity to develop a better knowledge of each other in the context of an evening gathering around a single, big table, which would help smoothing out any future institutional relations among them and their respective missions.
The KathmanduDiplomatic Dinner is organised on a monthly basis at one of the five-star hotels of the Kathmandu, in close partnership with foreign embassies and international organisations. Guests are invited to join the Dinner in groups of up to 20 people, which can also comprise technical experts or personalities in relevant fields, in order to assure interesting dialogues and enriching interactions among them. The Dinner do also provide a good setting for the welcoming of newly appointed envoys to missions in the Himalayas region.
The Kathmandu Diplomatic Dinner was organized in the Mulchowk Restaurant Babarmahal Revisited, Bijulibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal from 6pm onwards on 27th March 2015. Her Excellency Ms. Mashfee Binte Shams, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to Nepal was present in the diplomatic dinner as a guest of honor with her spouse Mr. Minhasur Rahman. The program started with the welcome remarks by one Read more
AIDIA has organized The Kathmandu Diplomatic Dinner in the presence of Her Excellence Genet Zewide (Ambassador of Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia to India, Thailand, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal) on February 16, 2015 at Royal Singi Hotel. Around fifteen renowned business people from the economic sphere of Nepal and diplomacy has attended “The Kathmandu Diplomatic Dinner” and presented their opinions and ideas associated Read more