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Govt. to establish Nepali Embassy in Portugal


10 November 2023  

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KATHMANDU: The government has decided to establish its embassy in Portugal and recommended Shanil Nepal for the ambassadorial position.

Similarly, the government has approved the concessional loan of around Rs 13.26 billion to be received as the budgetary assistance from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), said Minister for Communications and Information Technology Rekha Sharma.

A meeting of the Council of Ministers held on Thursday took the decision to give approval for acquiring six Bigha and eight Kattha land in Tarai and three ropani land in hilly region for different offices under the Armed Police Force Nepal.

Also the Spokesperson of the government, Sharma shared that the cabinet gave permission to Inspector General of Police (IGP) Basanta Bahadur Kunwar and Additional Inspector General (AIG) of the APF Nepal Banshi Raj Dahal to participate in the INTERPOL General Assembly scheduled to be held in Vienna of Austria from November 28-December 1.

The meeting amended the guidelines relating to the rescue and relief of the earthquake survivors.

Minister Sharma mentioned that the cabinet meeting gave permission to Minister for Women, Children and Senior Citizen Surendra Acharya to participate in ‘International Conference Advancing the Right and Empowerment of Women’ to take place at Baku of Azerbaijan.

Likewise, a decision was made to approve the Memorandum of Understanding related to Youth and Sports between Nepal and Qatar.

The meeting also decided to send National Planning Commission Member Dr Jay Kanta Raut in “Concretizing Actions Towards Agri-food Systems Transformation’ taking place at Bangkok of Thailand from December 6-8.

Similarly, the cabinet meeting approved the Social Sites Operational Guidelines, 2080 BS.

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