The small South Asian country has only diplomatic relations with a few countries and measures its success based on the National Happiness Index.
Israel is due to join the United Arab Emirates on Saturday. Bahrain It has established diplomatic relations with Sudan and Morocco. But Bhutan is not an Arab country. Most people who have heard the news about the Commonwealth may ask themselves, ‘What is Bhutan?’
Israel’s Ambassador to India Ron Malka and Bhutan’s Ambassador to India Vetsop Namgyel signed a regular agreement on Saturday night. The Foreign Ministry said it was working with Bhutan through the Mashav Department of the International Development Agency after holding secret talks between officials of the two countries, including official visits between the two governments. Cooperation In this way, students from Bhutan came to Israel to attend agricultural training.
According to a joint statement on the agreement, economic, He said cooperation was planned for technology and agricultural development. It also said that cultural exchanges and tourism “will continue to grow.”
Malka tweeted: “This agreement will open up many opportunities for cooperation.
Bhutan, a South Asian country known as the “South Of Thunder Dragon”, is a landlocked country located east of the Himalayas. To the north by Tibet; In the south, it borders India and has a population of less than 800,000. Its capital and largest city is Sufu. The area of the country is 14,824 square miles (38,394 square kilometers), the size of Maryland in the United States.
The official religion of Bhutan is Vajrayana Buddhism, which is practiced by up to three-quarters of the country’s population. Another quarter of the population practice Hinduism. Religious freedom is guaranteed and conversion is prohibited by royal decree.
When the first general election was held in 2008, Bhutan became a constitutional monarchy. The king’s official title is Dragon King.
Myanmar has diplomatic relations with only 53 official countries and became a member of the United Nations in 1971. The United States and the United Kingdom, for example, have no official relationship with Bhutan. Of those 53 countries, seven have embassies; There are only Bangladesh and Kuwait. Other countries maintain informal diplomatic contacts through their embassies. Internet and television have been allowed only in the country since 1999.
Bhutan has strong economic ties with India. It has strategic and military ties and strong political and diplomatic ties with Bangladesh. The main export is hydropower to India. It is open to outsiders, especially outside of South Asia, as a way to preserve the country’s culture and conserve natural resources. Although tourism is restricted, Indians and Bhutanese can travel from one country to another without a passport or visa. Bhutan closed its border with China after the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959.
The country’s official language is Dunchang, one of 53 Tibetan languages spoken across Central Asia. But in schools in Bhutan, English is the language of instruction.
Bhutan is known as the happiest country in the world. In 2008, the Bhutanese government measured the country’s total happiness index according to its constitution. It is even higher than the country’s gross domestic product. Bhutan is one of the poorest countries in the world with a poverty rate of 12 percent.
Bhutan has some of its own traditional dishes for us. The most recommended national dish is Ema Datshi, which is a combination of peppers and cheese. Other traditional dishes include spicy chicken Jasha Maroo or Phaksha Paa or red pepper and pork.
Bhutan is known as a safe haven, and theft is rare, but Lonely Planet has its dangers and annoyances. Dogs on the street make a lot of noise at night. Roads are rough and winding; Indian separatists are operating across the border in southeastern Bhutan. Rain Cloud Snow and rocks can affect road and air travel.
Bhutan has its own monasteries and temples. Fortresses – also known as dzongs – are known for their distinctive landscapes. Guests are required to pre-arrange and top up. Must be a guided tourist or guest of the government. They can also enter the country as a guest or volunteer organization of a “standing citizen”.