The US Embassy in Kathmandu has come up with an innovative idea of enhancing government-people collaboration.
With an aim to increase public interaction, the Embassy launched a weekly video series titled ‘Guff Gaff with the Ambassador’! (“राजदूतसँग गफगाफ”)
As part of this video series, the US Ambassador to Nepal Randy Berry will interact with Nepali public answering their questions asked on a random basis.
Every episode of the video will be published on Monday of every week.
“We are letting random people ask random questions, and we will share those exchanges in a weekly video series called ‘Guff Gaff with the Ambassador.’ Stay tuned for our first video. New ones will be posted on Mondays!” the Embassy said in a Facebook post.
I really enjoy interacting with you all on social media, but I realized that I will probably never meet all 4 million of our @USEmbassyNepal social media followers…so I am beginning “राजदूतसँग गफगाफ” to hear from & answer questions from you all. Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/AGUaxki9eq
— Ambassador Randy Berry (@USAmbNepal) May 20, 2019
In a video, Berry informed that he has set meeting public as a priority and is aiming to meet as many as Nepalis he can through this program.
He also welcomed the Nepali public to pose questions for interactions through the video series.
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