A meeting appointment of British officials has paid politeness approach Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara today.
The designation was driven by Nigel Evans, MP and an individual from the British Group of Inter-parliamentary Union (BGIPU).
Amid the gathering, Speaker Mahara said that Nepal-Britain connection was at a political level as well as extended at individuals’ level.
“The general population to-individuals ties amongst Nepal and Britain has developed the kinship between the two nations and furthermore made it nearer,” he said.
Expressing that government arrangement of administration has begun in Nepal with the declaration of the new constitution, he said the British parliamentary process, practices and experience would learn for Nepal.
“We have been honing federalism. At show we have been working three levels of governments involving the neighborhood, common and elected. Since the parliamentary arrangement of Britain and Nepal are comparative, we need to gain from the British experience,” Speaker Mahara said.
Taking note of that the UK government has been offering help to Nepal in the training, wellbeing, physical foundation areas, he said this has combined the respective ties and the relations at the general population’s level moreover.
Designation pioneer Evans portrayed the relations between the two nations as close and warm, saying Nepal is a lovely nation regarding tourism and numerous Britons come to visit Nepal consistently.
Delegate Speaker Shiva Maya Tumbahamfe, Secretary General of the Federal Parliament Manohar Prasad Bhattarai, Secretary at the Parliament Secretariat Gopal Nath Yogi and representative Bharat Raj Gautam, among different authorities were available on the event.
Source-RASTRIYA SAMACHAR SAMITI