Shalikram Gautam / Switzerland: The sixth European Convention of Non Residential Nepali Association is going to be held in Zurich of Switzerland on June 22 to 23 at the presence of Nepali Ambassador to Switzerland Shankar Das Bairagi and former Federal Chancellor of Switzerland Annemarie Huber-Hocche.
The convention is being taken as of great significance as former Federal Chancellor is also taking part in the evemt. Similarly former lawmaker Dr. Barbara Herring, who is also considered as the friend of Nepal, will also attend the opening ceremony as a Special Guest.
Chairperson of NRNA Switzerland Binaya Shrestha expressed his confidence that participation of high level delegates would help to promote Nepal in Switzerland and establish Nepali Identity in Switzerland.
Nepali Ambassador to Switzerland Shankar Das Bairagi will attend different group discussions as a speaker during the convention. Founder chairperson of NRNA Dr. Upendra Mahato, incumbent chairperson Jiba Lamichhane, Patron Ram Pratap Thapa, Joint Coordinator of NRNA Women Radha Basnet and chairperson of National Coordination Committees of different countries among others have been taking part in the convention.
Regional Coordinator of NRN Europe Kumar Pant informed that over 150 delegates from different countries excluding Switzerland will take part in the program.
The convention will be held with the slogan, ‘Unity, Progress and Identity of Nepali in Europe, New Campaign for Joint Investment’. Similarly the Fourth Regional Women’s Conference will be held on the same date.
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