President meets with her Polish counterpart


Katowice, Poland, Dec. 5: President Bidya Devi Bhandari had a bilateral meeting with President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda here today.
The meeting was held in an atmosphere of utmost cordiality and friendship. The two leaders discussed about the ways and means of further strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.
The President later briefly met with the representatives of different Nepali organizations currently present in Katowice for the COP 24.
Minister for Forest and Environment Shakti BahadurBasnet, Expert at the Office of the President Sushil Raj Pyakurel and other members of the delegation were also present on both the occasions.
They also discussed on the issues of climate change and its impact on the poor and vulnerable countries, in particular, and the need of support from the countries that have the knowledge, technology and resources for mitigation and adaptation in developing countries.
Also today, the President had meetings with President of Albania Ilir Metaj, Head of State of San Marino Mirco Tomassont and the Prime Minister of Estonia Juri Ratas. Special Correspondent Harihar Adhikari ‘Shyamal’ RSS

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