KATHMANDU, Sept 2: Chief Executive Officer of National Reconstruction Authority Sushil Gyawali left for South Korea on Monday to participate in the Global Infrastructure Cooperation Conference that will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday.
In the conference organized by the Contractor Association of Korea, the delegates from various countries will make their presentations on urbanization and infrastructures.
CEO Gyawali will make his presentation focusing on the master plan on the implementation modalities and financial requirements of the post-earthquake reconstruction of heritage settlements inside Kathmandu Valley.
“The interaction will also stress on fund-collection to prepare a master plan and its implementation,” CEO Gyawali told the media.
The Government of Nepal is preparing a comprehensive master plan after declaring six antique settlements within Kathmandu valley including Sankhu, Bunmati, and Khokana to preserve historic importance and uniqueness of these hamlets.
Sixty antique settlements have been recognized in the quake-hit region.