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Have invited PM Modi for 'Sagarmatha Sambaad', says Nepal Foreign Min Gyawali

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Kathmandu | January 24, 2020 12:41:36 PM IST
Nepal has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the maidan 'Sagarmatha Sambaad' to be held in April, foreign minister Pradeep Gyawali said on Friday.

During a press conference, Gyawali said that Nepal will host the first-ever multi-stakeholder dialogue from April 2-4.

"We have invited Prime Minister Modi and other dignitaries. And as we have already mentioned, it will be the platform for the government policymakers, researchers, private sectors and civil societies... We expect high-level participation from India." Gyawali said.

According to the Sagarmatha Sambaad's website, the conference is a multi-stakeholder dialogue forum committed to deliberate on the most prominent issues of global, regional and national significance.

The theme of the Sambaad is, "Climate Change, Mountains, and the Future of Humanity." (ANI)

 
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