Nepalese Embassy organizes tourism seminar in Kerala


The Nepalese Embassy in New Delhi in association with Kerala Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) organized a seminar on “Tourism, Trade and Investment Opportunities in Nepal” at Trivandrum, Kerala.

The objective of the seminar was to attract local investors and tourists.

According to a press statement issued by Nepalese Embassy in New Delhi, business leaders from Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) & KCCI, investors, MBA students & senior government officials of Government of Kerala participated in the students. 

Inaugurating the function, Minister for Rural Development, Planning, Non-Resident Keralites Affairs (NORKA) and Culture, Government of Kerala, K C Joseph said Nepal and Kerala have good prospects for tourism promotion and investment, and that the seminar was a small beginning for giant leap in business cooperation.

Chargé d´Affairs a.i. of Embassy of Nepal, New Delhi Khaga Nath Adhikari highlighted the role of Indian people and business community in bilateral trade, tourism and investment between Nepal and India. 

He also invited the Indian business community, especially from southern India, to further promote and consolidate bilateral relations and cooperation in the areas of their interest.

Minister (Economic) of the Embassy of Nepal Bishnu Prasad Lamsal while highlighting the prospects of further cooperation for both Indian and Nepalese business community made a detailed presentation on opportunities of trade, tourism and investment in Nepal. 

He apprised of the local business community there on the competitive advantages available particularly in the hydropower, infrastructure development and adventure tourism sectors.

By ITR staff

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