Foreign relations of Bhutan
Bhutan has diplomatic relations with 52 states and the European Union.In 1971, sponsored by India, Bhutan began to develop its foreign relations by joining the United Nations, though it has no diploma...
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Bhutan-India relations
The bilateral relations between the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan and the Republic of India have been traditionally close. India remains influential over Bhutan's foreign policy, defence and commerce. A...
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Bhutan-People's Republic of China relations
The Kingdom of Bhutan and the People's Republic of China do not maintain official diplomatic relations, and historically relations have been tense. The PRC shares a contiguous border of 470 kilometres...
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Bhutan-Nepal relations
Bhutan–Nepal relations refer to the bilateral relations between the Bhutan and Nepal. Relations were formally established in 1983. The two Himalayan countries are both landlocked, separated only by th...
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Bangladesh-Bhutan relations
Bangladesh and Bhutan are regional neighbours. The Kingdom of Bhutan was the first country to recognize Bangladesh's independence. Relations are strong and long-standing. In recent years, the two coun...
Bhutanese refugees
Bhutanese refugees are Lhotshampas ("southerners"), a group of people of Nepali origin including the Kirat, Tamang, and Gurung peoples. These refugees registered in refugee camps in eastern Nepal dur...
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Bhutan-Denmark relations
Bhutan–Denmark relations refers to the current and historical relations between Bhutan and Denmark. Denmark has a liaison office in Thimphu. Diplomatic relations were established in 1985.
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Bhutan-Thailand relations
The bilateral relations between the Kingdom of Bhutan and Kingdom of Thailand were established in 1989. Thailand is one of the only 53 nations with formal diplomatic relations with Bhutan.
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South Asian Games
The South Asian Games (SAF Games, SAG, or SA games, & formerly known as South Asian Federation Games) are a bi-annual multi-sport event held among the athletes from South Asia. The governing bod...
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Bhutan)
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the Bhutanese government ministry which oversees the foreign relations of Bhutan. The Royal Government of Bhutan established the Development Ministry in 1968, which ...
17th SAARC summit
The 17th SAARC summit was held in November 10, 2011 in the South Province of Maldives ( Addu Atoll, Fuvahmulah ). The theme of the summit was “Building Bridges”.
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Daw Penjo
Lyonpo Daw Penjo is the Permanent Representative (or ambassador) of the Kingdom of Bhutan to the United Nations. He presented his credentials to the Secretary-General of the United Nations on 26 Nove...
Bhutan War
The Bhutan War (or Duar War) was a war fought between British India and Bhutan in 1864–1865.Britain sent a peace mission to Bhutan in early 1864, in the wake of the recent conclusion of a civil war th...
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List of SAARC summits
This is a list of summits of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Although the SAARC Charter requires the heads of state or government to meet once a year, the summits have ge...