KATHMANDU (29 June 2018) – With our neighbours, we work together to take our relations to newer heights on the basis of equality, mutual trust, respect and benefit. Creating win-win situation would guide us in our pursuit for harnessing of Nepal’s water resources.
Read the full text of his address at the Seminar on Development Strategy for the Water Resources Management in Nepal, organized by the Association of Former Career Ambassadors of Nepal.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Note – Keynote Address by The Hon’ble Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, Minister for Foreign Affairs, at the Seminar on Development Strategy for the Water Resources Management in Nepal, organized by the Association of Former Career Ambassadors of Nepal
Kathmandu, 29 June 2018
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