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President Calls on Nepalis in Qatar for Local Development

Nepal Government has created an investment-friendly environment, says Bhandari


President Calls on Nepalis in Qatar for Local Development

In a call for prosperous Nepal, President Bidya Devi Bhandari called on Nepali diaspora in Qatar to invest in local development.

In her address at a common forum of Nepalis in Qatar, Bhandari said the Nepal Government has created an investment-friendly environment and also developed supporting laws through political stability.

The forum included members of Qatar-Nepal Friendship Association and industrialists were among others present at the event organized by the Nepal Embassy in Qatar.


Meanwhile, Nepal Foreign Affairs Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali lauded Nepal’s relations with Qatar as a friendly nation and said the labor agreement has strengthened the relation between two countries.

Gyawali also called for change of format in the Nepal-Qatar labor relations. He said Nepal cannot become a developed nation just through remittances or by exporting its human resources and informed that the government is working to create local employment.

As part of her four-day official visit to Qatar, Bhandari held discussions with the Amir of Qatar on a wide range of issues such as bilateral interests, Nepali migrant workers in Qatar, among other matters pertaining to Nepal-Qatar bilateral relations.

In her discussions, the President expressed hope that the Nepal-Qatar relations would reach the next level in the future.

Gyawali also said that different agreements signed in this visit will help the two nations in their overall development.

November 1, 2018 |

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