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NRN Canada submits memorandum to Canadian Government

Rishi Bastakoti / CANADA : The Non Residential Nepali (NRN) coordination committee Canada has submitted a memorandum to the Government of Canada about the issues of bilateral interest.

A delegation of NRN Canada handed over the memorandum to Secretary of the Foreign Ministry Mr. Dipak Obrai at his own office. The memorandum addressed to the Canadian Prime Minister submitted by ten different organizations has urged the Canadian government to continue support for the development of Nepal among others.

Chairperson of the NRN Canada Dr. Binod KC, Dr. Nagendra Sharma, former Nepalese Ambassador to India Prof. Harsha Dhoubedel, Bishnu Sharma, Rishi Bastakoti, Modini Prasain and Kalpana Upadhaya among others participated in the delegation. The delegation appreciated the continuous assistance of Canadian government for the development of Nepal and requested to give continuity to the assistance at a time when the country is passing through a transitional phase.

In response, Secretary Obrai informed that the Canadian government is closely monitoring the political development in Nepal and also expressed commitment that the assistance would continue in the future as well. He also assured that there will be no reduction in the development assistance to Nepal.

He also added that the role of NRN is important to create investment opportunity to Canadian entrepreneurs in different sectors of Nepal. He also made it clear that the Canadian government is not planning to open Canadian Embassy in Nepal in the near future.

At the end Chairperson of NRN Canada thanked the Canadian government for its continuous support and requested the government to support in the upcoming elections of the constituent assembly. In response Obrai expressed commitment for supporting the CA election if the Government of Nepal requests for the same.

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