KATHMANDU: Visiting British International Development Secretary Justine Greening called on Prime Minister Sushil Koirala at the latter’s official residence in Baluwatar on Wednesday and discussed matters relating to rescue, relief and rehabilitation works being carried out since the aftermath of the earthquake in Nepal.
Matters relating to various aspects of Nepal-Britain relations were also discussed during the meeting, according to the PM’s Personal Secretariat.
On the occasion, Prime Minister Koirala lauded the support Nepal received with very open heart from various friendly nations including Britain in the search and rescue and relief operations in the country. He also stressed that Nepal would now need bigger support in the rehabilitation and reconstruction phase that has just begun.
Lauding the more than 200 years old diplomatic relations between Nepal and Britain, PM Koirala on the occasion extended through Ms Greening an invitation to the British Prime Minister to visit Nepal to mark the bicentennial celebration of the bilateral relations. The Prime Minister also expressed the confidence that the country would achieve success in drafting a democratic constitution by maintaining peace, stability and development along with the post-quake rehabilitation and reconstruction in the country. RSS
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