About the Embassy
Nepal and Israel established diplomatic relations on 1st June, 1960. The Government of the State of Israel established a residential Mission in Kathmandu in 1961. The Embassy of Nepal in Egypt was concurrently accredited to the State of Israel until the opening of the residential mission in Tel Aviv. Following the decision of the Government of Nepal, constituted after the success of historic Peoples' Movement 2006, to have a residential embassy established in Israel, the Embassy of Nepal came into being on 13 August, 2007. The establishment of a residential embassy in Tel Aviv underscores the importance of evolving multidimensional relations between Nepal and Israel. The Embassy is located in Tel Aviv Yafo.
In addition to the State of Israel, the Embassy of Nepal in Tel Aviv is concurrently accredited to the Republic of Cyprus.
Embassy of Nepal
2 Kaufman St.
Tel Aviv 68012.
Tel: +972(0)3 510 0111
Fax: +972(0)3 516 7965
Opening hours: Sunday through Thursday
9:00 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 16:30 (summer), 9:30 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 16:30 (winter)
Visa and Recruitment document application submission hours:
Sunday through Thursday
10:00 - 14:00 hrs.
Pick-up time – shall be informed at the time of submission of application. Usually the Embassy will try its best to process such applications the next working day. Please give a call to the Embassy before coming to submit or pick up the documents to avoid inconvenience in case of irregular public holidays or the concerned officials may be deputed in field work.
The application processing time for other consular services for Nepalese nationals would vary depending upon the volume of applications and the specific nature of the services. It takes 7 business days to process documents related to recruitment of Nepalese workers after the application is received. However, if further verification of documents is needed, it depends on how early the Embassy receives response from the agencies concerned in Nepal.
These timings don't apply to those services, which have to be referred to Nepal Government in Kathmandu and necessary approval is required.
The Embassy observes some of the Israeli as well as national holidays of Nepal. (See List of Holidays in the home page)
From Ben Gurion International Airport
From Tel Aviv Central Bus Station (Takhana Markajit)
From Tel Aviv Central Train Station
From the City Center (Dizengoff Center)
From Jerusalem, Haifa, Beersheva, Ashkelon and other long distance cities and places, follow the instruction from Tel Aviv Central Bus Station (Takhana Markajit)
Location Map (Click for location map)
Diplomatic Personnel in the Embassy:
, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Mr. Rameswor Paudel ,Charge d'Affaires a.i. Counsellor
Mr. Harihar Kant Poudel, First Secretary
Ms. Astha Subba, Second Secretary
Mr. Kamal Prasad Koirala, Attaché
Mr. Bhoj Kumar Bhattarai, Attache