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Annual report presented to the President of Nepal

9th March 2022

Annual report presented to the President of Nepal

Lieutenant General Richard Wardlaw OBE, (Colonel Commandant Brigade of Gurkhas) has submitted the Brigade of Gurkhas Annual Report to the Right Honourable President of Nepal Mrs Bidhya Devi Bhandari.

The report incorporates an overview of the activities undertaken by the Brigade of Gurkhas throughout the year. Also in attendance was Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Nepal Her Excellency Nicola Pollitt, Brigadier Lord Mark Lancaster TD VR Deputy (Colonel Commandant Brigade of Gurkhas), Colonel Paul Smith (Defence Attaché and Commander British Gurkhas Nepal) and Colonel David Robinson (Colonel Brigade of Gurkhas).

Annual report presented to the President of Nepal
Annual report presented to the President of Nepal

The Ambassador and the visiting team also paid courtesy calls to the Right Honourable Prime Minister of Nepal Sher Bahadur Deuba, the Honourable Foreign Minister of Nepal Dr Narayan Khadka, and General Prabhu Ram Sharma Chief of Army Staff Nepal Army.

Annual report presented to the President of Nepal
Annual report presented to the President of Nepal

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