Nepal Foreign Affairs (KATHMANDU, 23 March 2018) – Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will inform foreign Ambassadors and UN resident coordinator on 27 March about the government’s foreign policy and priorities.
After the EU’s election report has drawn serious controversy within Nepal questioning the constitutional provision on equal participation of different ethnic communities, Prime Minister’s briefing to Kathmandu based diplomatic community has been scheduled.
According to the close aide of Prime Minister Oli, the luncheon meeting will take place at 12.00 clock at Baluwatar, the official residence of Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Oli will inform the diplomatic representatives about the left government’s foreign policy, commitment to democracy and vision for Nepal’s development.
Similarly, Prime Minister Oli will urge the international community to support the development endeavour of his government to make Nepal a developed and prosperous nation.