PM Oli in Paris

06/13/2019

Kathmandu, June 13: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli reached Paris for a three day formal visit to the French Republic. The Prime Minister is accompanied by his spouse Radhika Shakya, Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, Prime Minister’s advisors and other high ranking officials of the Government of Nepal. Upon his arrival at Gare Du Nord Station in Paris, Prime Minister Oli was welcomed by the Ambassador of Nepal to France Dipak Adhikari, Ambassador of France to Nepal François-Xavier Leger, French Protocol officer and officials from the Embassy of Nepal in Paris. Prime Minister Oli addressed a programme which was attended by representatives from French Business Community, reads a press release issued by Nepali Embassy in Paris. The programme was organized by the Federation of National Chambers of Industries and Commerce of France (MEDEF) at MEDEF Headquarters in Paris on Wednesday. Following the event, he had separate meetings with the representatives of the selected French Companies. In both interaction programmes and separate meetings, the Prime Minister highlighted investment opportunities available in Nepal and invited the French Companies to invest in Nepal, reads the statement. In the evening, the Prime Minister and his delegation attended the reception organized by Ambassador Adhikari in honour of the Prime Minister and his delegation. RSS

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