Kathmandu, May 28
Leaders of communist parties in various parts of the world are gathering in Kathmandu later this week to mark the 200th birth anniversary of philosopher Karl Marx.
Nepal Communist Party and CPN-Mashal are organising a two-day programme on Wednesday and Thursday.
Parties of as many as 12 countries will be participating in the international summit.
Organising a press conference in the Capital today, NCP senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal informed that leaders of China, Vietnam, North Korea, Laos, Australia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Russia, Japan and India will participate in the event.
Prime Minister and NCP Chairman KP Sharma Oli will inaugurate the summit. He will also present a paper on protests and process of revolution for communism in Nepal.
Likewise, the party’s another Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal will present another paper on Marxism and socialism.
Former Prime Minister Nepal also said that the summit would help spread the message of unity in the world.
Published on May 28th, Monday, 2018 3:23 PM
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