Kathmandu, June 27
Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali says the government will prioritise the candidates’ qualification and competence while appointing the country’s ambassadors for various countries.
He says the appointment process will be systematic, decent and transparent.
Responding to questions and concerns raised by House of Representatives members on the budget allocated for the Ministry of Foreign affairs during the House meeting today, Gyawali also informed that the government accorded a high priority to the solving Nepal-India border disputes.
He said the government launched an onsite survey in disputed regions including Kalapani and Susta.
The Minister also claimed the government was preparing for dialogues with India about flooding in Terai.
He added that the government was working to ensure that Nepali migrant workers abroad would have a decent life.
In another context, Gyawali claimed Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s recent official visit to China was highly successful.
Published on June 27th, Wednesday, 2018 12:21 PM
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