Gaurav Agarwal appointed honorary consul of Dominican Republic for Nepal
KATHMANDU, August 7: Gaurav Agarwal has been appointed as the Honorary Consul of the Dominican Republic for the Democratic Republic of Nepal, marking a new era of diplomatic relations between the two nations alongside further strengthening ties and fostering collaborations in trade, tourism, and cultural exchange.
As Honorary Consul, Agarwal aims to foster friendship and cooperation between Nepal and the Dominican Republic, opening new avenues for mutual growth and understanding. “ I am honored and proud to be appointed to serve as Honorary Consul of The Dominican Republic in Kathmandu Valley and am grateful to the Presidency in the Dominican Republic for entrusting me with this responsibility and for the Government of Nepal for approving it,” Agarwal said, adding that he will also facilitate tourism, culture and trade exchanges between both our countries.
The Dominican Republic, a Caribbean nation known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and picturesque landscapes, holds tremendous potential for collaboration with Nepal in areas such as trade, tourism, and education. With his appointment, Agarwal’s strategic vision and network of contacts are expected to bring new opportunities for businesses and individuals alike.
The honorary consul is expected to work diligently to facilitate consular services for both Dominican and Nepalese citizens. Additionally, he will actively engage with government officials, business leaders, and cultural organizations to explore new avenues for cooperation and growth.
The Dominican Republic and Nepal share a commitment to mutual progress, and the appointment of Mr. Gaurav Agarwal as the Honorary Consul is a testament to the shared vision of building bridges across nations. We are confident that under his leadership, the relationship between the two countries will flourish, creating a legacy of enduring partnership for generations to come.
Gaurav Agarwal is a prominent entrepreneur and advocate of international relations. He is the Managing Director of Kathmandu Marriott Hotel. He is a scholar from London Business School and has completed his Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy.