KATHMANDU, March 20 (Xinhua)– Visiting Prince Harry called on Nepal’s President Bidya Devi Bhandari here on Sunday.
While welcoming the prince, Bhandari highlighted on enhancing bilateral cooperation between Britain and Nepal, officials said.
“The president shared her views with the prince on the diplomatic relationship between the two countries as this year Nepal and Britain are observing 200 years of diplomatic relations establishment,” presidential media adviser Madhav Sharma told Xinhua.
On the occasion, the prince said he was delighted to visit the beautiful Himalayan nation as it is recovering from the devastating earthquake in April last year.
“I want to show all those people around the world who want to help that Nepal is a country open for business, so please come and visit again,” said the prince.
On Sunday afternoon, Harry visited the earthquake-hit historical Patan Durbar Square enlisted as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On Saturday, the prince paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli here.