Saudi Arabia is desert country in the middle east, the largest country in the Arabian Peninsula. It is bordered with Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, UAE, Oman and Yemen. Like people from other nations many Nepalese are working in Saudi Arabia, making it need to establish The Embassy. Nepalese government to open The Embassy of Nepal to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was established in 1978. First it was located in Jeddah, then Capital of Saudi Arabia and moved to Riyadh in 1985.
The Nepalese Embassy has been playing an important role in developing and building good relations between these two countries: Nepal and Saudi Arabia. The Embassy at Riyadh is sole representative for the Gulf countries except Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, it has also been playing an active in developing relations with other Gulf nations too.
The Embassy was located at Batha region in Riyadh for about 17 years. It has moved to a new location in Sulaimania District of Riyadh on February 1, 2002.
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Embassy of Nepal
P. O. Box No. 94384,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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09.00 -16:00 hrs (From Saturday to Wednesday)
(From 09:00 – 12:00 hrs for passport and other consular services)