KATHMANDU, June 6: Foreign Minister Pradip Kumar Gyawali has said that the upcoming visit to Europe by the Prime Minister was focused on further consolidating Nepal's relations with the European countries.
It will also be an opportunity to share the path that Nepal has chosen to follow at the moment. The visit to Geneva to attend the ILO conference and official visits to the UK and France have been taken as an opportunity for important collaboration in the international forum.
According to FM Gyawali, the Prime Minister will share about the challenges faced by underdeveloped countries like Nepal in labor relations, while highlighting the social security program recently introduced in the country. Heads of State and Governments from 45 countries are taking part in the Geneva conference. At the sidelines of the conference, the Prime Minister is scheduled to hold bilateral talks with various world leaders.
Foreign Minister Gyawali said that the Prime Minister's visit would further expand bilateral relations and seek ways to promote investment and trade in new areas of cooperation from those countries to Nepal.