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Improved transport connectivity vital for development: Minister Jwala

02 November 2023  

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PATAN: Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Prakash Jwala, has said the government is doing its best to achieve economic prosperity in the country.

As he said, the enhancement of transport connectivity will contribute to securing economic development.

Speaking at a program in Lalitpur, he highlighted that improving transportation connectivity was crucial for advancing towards economic progress.

Citing Japan as a valuable development partner for strengthening transport connectivity within Nepal, he lauded Japanese technology and transport connectivity as exemplary models for Nepal’s growth.

Meanwhile, speaking at the same program, Japan’s ambassador to Nepal, Kikuta Yutaka, expressed Japan’s commitment to supporting Nepal in improving transport connectivity and advancing in the field of science and technology as per the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)-2030.

Ambassador Yutaka stressed the importance of collaboration between Nepal and Japan, particularly in the transfer of technology.

Publish Date : 02 November 2023 20:36 PM

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