Gyawali goes to UN Human Rights Council

Gyawali goes to UN Human Rights Council

Kathmandu, Feb. 26: Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali on Monday went to the debut session of the 40th Session of the UN Human Rights Council being held in Geneva from February 25 to March 22.

Gyawali achieved Geneva on Sunday driving a Nepali appointment to the 40th Session of the UN Human Rights Council.

As indicated by the Permanent Mission of Nepal to Geneva, Foreign Minister cooperated with the individuals from the Non-Resident Nepali Association and Overseas Nepalese Forum just as Nepali people group dwelling in Switzerland on Sunday.

Present on the events were the famous researchers, experts, specialists working in the United Nations and different International Organizations situated in Geneva and those working in various different backgrounds, the consulate educated.

The Foreign Minister quickly examined the long haul advancement vision of Nepal in physical framework improvement, monetary improvement and social improvement with the comprehensive motivation.

Underscoring the significance of the second Nepal Investment Summit to be held in Kathmandu on March 29-30, the Foreign Minister featured various estimates taken by the Government for making venture amicable condition in Nepal, including authoritative changes, one-stop administration, ventures bank and extraordinary monetary zones, and called upon the Nepali experts to add to Nepal’s improvement with their insight, mechanical ability, and administrative aptitudes.

The Nepali designation contains administrator of the Law, Justice and Human Rights Committee of the House of Representatives Krishna Bhakta Pokharel, Head of the UN Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bharat Raj Paudyal and Press Expert to Minister Sudhan Gnawali, among others.

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