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Bangladeshi Ambassador calls on IEC Chair Regmi; British Ambassador meets Khanal


KATHMANDU: With the country is moving towards the election of the constituent assembly, Nepal based foreign diplomats have expedited their consultations with key players of the country.

Newly-appointed ambassador of Bangladesh to Nepal, Ms. Mashfee Binte Shams, called on Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Khil Raj Regmi, at his office in Singha Durbar, on Friday. The duo discussed the issues of bilateral interest.

Chairman Regmi expressed that mutual cooperation could be expanded in the areas of hydropower development, trade and education.

Meanwhile, UK ambassador to Nepal, James Spark met with CPN-UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal on Friday. According to UML party source the UK ambassador inquired about a range of issues related to the forthcoming CA elections, the party´s preparations for the elections and concerns raised by the dissident parties.

In response, Khanal said that the country is fully focused on holding the CA elections and expressed his hope that the poll-opposing parties will finally come on board the election process.

Envoy Spark stressed on the need of holding the elections and expressed hope that Nepal´s political parties would be able to hold free and fair CA elections. He also reiterated that the UK will continue its support to Nepal.

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