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January 3, 2020

H.E. Randy Berry and H.E. Hou Yanqi twit for success of Visit Nepal 2020

US ambassador to Nepal H.E. Randy W. Berry (Left)  and Chinese ambassador to Nepal H.E. Hou Yanqi (Right)

Soon after the Nepal government declared the Visit Nepal 2020 campaign on January 1, 2020, various foreign representatives have been wishing for the success of Visit Nepal 2020.

In this context, recent twits of the American ambassador to Nepal Randy W. Berry and Chinese ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqi are worth mentionable and appreciable.

The American ambassador to Nepal His Excellency (H.E.)  Randy Berry in his recent twit extended his support for the success of Visit Nepal 2020 by twitting, “To support the #VisitNepal2020 campaign, I announce a month-long initiative across all @USEmbassyNepal, social media platforms to promote tourism in Nepal through pics/stories of US staff and families traveling across the country, joining 78K Americans who visited during Jan-Oct 19.”

H.E. Randy Berry in Mustang

H.E. Randy further twitted, “As we enter the new decade, I urge all of us to move forward with enthusiasm to continue working for hand-in-hand for a more stable, prosperous, & resilient Nepal.”

Recalling the year 2019, HE. Randy twitted, “What a year 2019 has been for me! I traveled from the mountains of Mustang to the plains of Terai, have experienced amazing Nepali culture, tasted delicious local meals, & most of all played my part in strengthening the US-Nepal friendship. Thank you all.”

Similarly, Chinese ambassador to Nepal Her Excellency (H.E) Hou Yanqi also tweeted about the success of Visit Nepal 2020 along with her four photos taken by herself in Kathmandu which has earned her wider applause.

Chinese ambassador to Nepal HE Hou Yanqi

H. E. Hou Yanqi twitted, “True beauty always touches the deep heart. Beautiful Nepal with history, diversity, and nature deserves a visit. Wish #VisitNepal2020 successful!”

She further twitted, “The year 2020 will see a peak of Chinese tourists visiting Nepal as both countries will further advance economic and trade ties in the New Year through more cooperation.”

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