By Baba Rajeshwori Thapa VIENNA, AUSTRIA:- Non-Resident Nepalis (NRNs) in the eastern European country of Poland have stressed on the need of connecting Nepal with Poland through direct flights, so that Nepal’s tourism and trade could be promoted.
“Poland can be an important country for Nepal’s tourism development, as many Polish people want to travel to Nepal,” said Dr. Uday Deb Acharya, who has been residing in Poland for more than 25 years.
“But we don’t have direct flights to Nepal. This is causing a huge problem in promoting tourism and bilateral trade between Poland and Nepal. If Nepal’s entrepreneurs show interest in welcoming Polish tourists, we are ready to extend all necessary help,” Dr. Acharya said.
“Poland has the tremendous potentials of sending travelers to Nepal. The government of Nepal, as well as private sector, need to take this matter seriously,” said journalist Sher Bahadur Pariyar, who is based in Poland.
Polish people, who return from Nepal, often share their experience stating that they were impressed with Nepali people’s hospitality, local food and unique culture.
Nepal and Poland established diplomatic relations on November 2, 1959, while a Polish trade representative’s office was set up in Kathmandu in 1966. A Polish Embassy was established in 1974, but was closed later.
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