New York : United States-Nepal Chambers of Commerce, one of the umbrella organization of Nepali entrepreneurs in United Nations, has organized an interaction program in New York to discuss the situation of Nepali entrepreneurs in the US.
The program was attended by different personalities including Secretary of the Office of the Prime Minister Dinesh Adhikari, Chief of the UN Mission for United Nations Sewa Lamsal and former Social Welfare Minister Badri Prasad Neupane among others. Speaking at the interaction program former Minister Neupane urged all Nepali people staying in US to use their potential and bring income in Nepal.
Secretary at the Office of the Prime Minister Singh expressed happiness over the attempt of Nepali entrepreneurs to get united for welfare of Nepali entrepreneurs. He also appreciated the effort. Similarly chief of UN Mission of Nepal Lamsal informed that he received more support from Nepali community. He also expressed his readiness to support the endeavors of Nepali people based in the US.
Speaking on behalf of Nepali entrepreneurs Vice-chairperson of US Nepal Chambers of Commerce Sanu Babu Silwal informed that the organization will work for the benefit of Nepali entrepreneurs as this is the umbrella organization of all entrepreneurs. He also informed about the future plan of the organization.
United States based Nepali entrepreneurs, journalists and members or Nepali mission among others have participated in the interaction program. Over 300 entrepreneurs of 31 states are united in the US Nepal Chambers of Commerce, which has received recognition from the Nepali Embassy in US.
Chair of the program Mohan Gyawali informed that the organization will make an effort to bring investment in Nepal and also work for the benefit of Nepali entrepreneurs based in the US. He also urged all to be united under the umbrella of the organization.
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