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Three Decades in Diplomacy

Mohan Krishna Shrestha

This book offers fascinating insights into the arcane world of diplomatic negotiation and protocol

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-000-1
Published : 26/04/2018
Pages : 504
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Mohan Krishna Shrestha

Mr. Shrestha comes from a middle-class family, and he joined the diplomatic service of Nepal in March 1983. He eventually served as resident Ambassador of Nepal to France and non-resident Ambassador to Monaco, Portugal and Greece as well as Permanent Delegate to UNESCO. He had served in Nepali Embassies in Bangkok, Tokyo, Abu Dhabi previously in different capacities. He has visited seventy-one countries in six continents and has written this book to share his diplomatic experience. He is a multi-linguist and holds deep knowledge about diplomacy and international issues. Moreover, he has attended many international summits including United Nations General Assembly. Mr Shrestha has been awarded with Gorkha Dakshin Bahu IV class, Civil Service Award and Letter of Appreciation by the government in education field.

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Mohan Krishna Shrestha has enjoyed an outstanding career in the Nepali diplomatic service, rising eventually to the post of Nepali Ambassador to France. In the course of his life, he has visited no fewer than seventy-one of the world's countries, many of them several times. He has had the opportunity to meet other leading diplomats from around the world, and to participate in some of the most important conferences and conventions of the last thirty years of world history. This book offers fascinating insights into the arcane world of diplomatic negotiation and protocol, as well as constituting an important source for historians of Nepali diplomacy. It will interest all those concerned with Nepal, as well as anyone wanting better to understand how international co-operation and negotiations have worked in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.

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