PM Deuba urges Indonesia to invest in Nepal’s hydropower and tourism
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has asked the Indonesian Ambassador to facilitate bringing in Indonesian investment to Nepal’s hydropower and tourism sectors.
Prime Minister Deuba made this remark during a meeting with the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to Nepal Heru Hartanto Subolo at PM’s residence in Baluwatar, Kathmandu on Tuesday.
“The Prime Minister has said that the Embassy should facilitate in bringing Indonesian investment to Nepal’s hydropower, tourism and other potential sectors, and also promote Nepal among the mountain-loving Indonesian tourists,” Chandra Prasad Dhakal, honorary consul of the Republic of Indonesia to Nepal, quoted PM Deuba as saying.
Similarly, PM Deuba also asked the Indonesian government to establish its residential embassy in Nepal. During the meeting, Ambassador Subolo said that he would facilitate the Indonesian government and private sector to bring their investment in Nepal’s hydropower, tourism and other potential sectors.
Ambassador Subolo said that he was positive to establish residential embassy of Indonesia in Kathmandu and would convey the PM Deuba’s message to his government. He informed that the two countries, Nepal and Indonesia, were about to sign an agreement to facilitate visa for the diplomatic and official passport holders.
Ambassador Subolo, who is here in Nepal for promoting the upcoming Trade Expo in Indonesia, said that the Trade Expo would help promote trade and investment of the two countries. “There are huge potential of trade and investment between Indonesia and Nepal. We are ready to promote for the mutual interest of both the countries.
The upcoming trade expo will further support this mission,” he said. Asking Nepal government to facilitate in visa for
the Indonesian tourist, he informed that the Indonesian government was planning to provide on-arrival-visa for the Nepali tourists. Chandra Prasad Dhakal, honorary consul of the Republic of Indonesia, staff of the embassy and honorary consul were present during the meeting.
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