Kathmandu, December 6
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Defence Ishwar Pokharel has asked the business communities and investors from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to invest in Nepal.
DPM Pokharel said so during a meeting with UAE Ambassador to Nepal Saeed Hamdan Al Naqei on Wednesday.
Saying that Nepal attached top priority to its relations with UAE since there are around 200,000 Nepali migrant workers, Pokharel asked the UAE envoy to encource UAE business communities for the investment. The Government of Nepal has unveiled investment-friendly policies to welcome the FDI, he claimed.
On the occasion, Ambassador Naqei said that Nepali migrant workers in UAE were contributing to security, construction and service sectors of UAE.
According to Spokesperson of Defence Ministry Baburam Gautam, the UAE envoy said that the investors from the UAE were ready to invest in agriculture, tourism, transport, airport management and other areas.
Published on December 6th, Thursday, 2018 11:14 AM
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