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Sherchan elected President of Nepal-Russia Chamber of Commerce

23 September 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Prabhu Bank, Ashok Sherchan has been elected unopposed as the President of Nepal-Russia Chamber of Commerce.

The 25th General Assembly of Nepal-Russia Chamber of Commerce elected a new working committee under the chairmanship of Sherchan.

Diwas Amatya was elected as Senior Vice President of Commerce, Kumar Karki and Nimanuru Sherpa were elected as Vice Presidents.

Bishnuhari Pandey has been elected as the General Secretary.

Yamuna Shrestha has been elected as the Treasurer of Commerce and Anurag Goyal and Avinash Silwal as Secretaries.

Similarly, the members of the executive committee of commerce include Anuj Bhattarai, Deepakraj Bhusal, Dr. Bijay Thapa, Dr. Mani Ram Pokhrel, Dr. Unnat Shrestha, Amrit Khadka, Anil Manandhar, Rupak Rajbanshi, Sanchit Bajracharya, Gore Sherpa, Lokeswaraman Joshi, Manoj Rasaili, Praveen Gauchan, Pranilman Singh Pradhan, Ravi Thapa and Saroj Pandey.

Naresh Lal Shrestha is the immediate past President while Rajesh Kaji Shrestha is the honorary member.

Publish Date : 23 September 2022 20:47 PM

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