Dipak Jyoti Paudel, BELGIUM: Finance Minister Shankar Prasad Koirala has urged the Non Residential Nepalis (NRNs) to return to the motherland with the skills and knowledge they have learnt abroad for the development of the country.
Addressing the gathering of of NRNs of various countries of Europe in Hague of Netherlands, Minister Koirala informed that the government is mulling to have co-work with NRNs in the journey of economic prosperity.
Urging the NRNs to return back to the country with investment, technology and skills required for the development of the country, Minister Koirala assured them that the government will create conducive environment in this regard. Stating that the government will fully support the NRNs to conduct their conference in Nepal slated for next year, he requested all to be the part of development of the country.
Chairperson of NRN Netherlands Krishnaraj Adhikari, General Secretary of NRN ICC and Chairperson of NRN Belgium Prem Gurung, Australia based entrepreneur Shesh Ghale, who has announced candidacy for the chairperson of NRN ICC Shesh Ghale urged the government to create environment for the security of their investment in the country.
They also added that they have not been able to make investment in Nepal, despite their will, due to unfavorable environment and urged the government to correct the environment.
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