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Qatar’s ambassador calls on Mayor Dahal


CHITWAN:- Qatar’s Ambassador to Nepal, Yousef bin Mohammed Al-Hail, on Monday called on Bharatpur Metropolitan City Mayor Renu Dahal. During the meeting held at the mayor’s office in Bharatpur, the Qatari ambassador put his queries about the overall affairs of Chitwan and its development.
On the occasion, he briefed the mayor that works were on the progress as per the bilateral agreement on technology and research exchange issues with the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science. He said he was happy to have a meeting with mayor Dahal, according to mayor’s advisor Suresh Chandra Adhikari.
Praising Nepal for its immense natural beauty, the Qatari ambassador was of the view that Nepal would have ample opportunities to secure benefits from the promotion of tourism. He took time to assure that he would do his best to further consolidate the people-to-people relations between the two countries. Physical and job security of Nepali migrant workers in Qatar were the concerns of the Government of Qatar, the ambassador added.
It may be noted that currently there are over 500 thousand Nepalis in Qatar in connection with jobs and business.
In response, the mayor expressed her happiness over the signing of a bilateral agreement for the technology and research exchanges with the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, expressing her hope such exchanges would help further modernize the agricultural sector in both countries. Welcoming the ambassador to her office, the mayor said the Qatar’s development was encouraging.
The mayor said that the Bharatpur was eager to follow good practices of Qatar’s development. The meeting also discussed about the issues for the establishment of a sisterly relations between a city in Qatar and the Bharatpur Metropolis and for the cooperation to complete under-construction the International Cricket Stadium Project in the town.

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