Nepal paradise for tourists!
Nepal is the treasure trove of wonderments and is lovingly call paradise for tourist. Nepal is the country with heavenly natural charm, beauty and attractions. The Ambassador, Bharat Raj Paudyal, was speaking in an "Interaction program" arranged by The Embassy of Nepal with the collaboration with Travel Agents Association of Pakistan North Zone at Ambassador Hotel Lahore. The Ambassador, Bharat Raj Paudyal also said that, It is the country where nature has left all its best expression. man made wonders, rich culture and traditions, royal attractions, ancient history which can be felt till date as you walk through the streets of Katmandu and Bhaktapure and on top it is the hot spot far the mountaineers and adventure seeking people who dare to take challenges. So, come and soak in the splendor of tourism in Nepal and explore the arrays of attractions that are not just fascinating but incredible and unmatched to rest of the world.
His Deputy DP Bhandari also gave a detailed presentation on available business opportunities in Nepal. Nepal greatly values its relations with Pakistan that are based on mutual respect, mutual trust and shared perceptions on regional and international issues.
The TAAP north zone chairman Dr. Sherif Khan, Members Travel Agents Association of Pakistan and chief executive Citilink Travel Mr. Ayub Munir, Chief Executive Travel Inn International Mr. Faseeh Ahmed Malik, and Chief Executive Sodagar Travels Mr. Khawaja Faisal zahoor also shared their point of view on the subject. Dear reader, Nepalese Ambassador also visits Lahore chamber of commerce and Industry and said that exchange of sector specific trade delegations, single country exhibitions, dissemination of economic data and a proactive involvement of chambers of commerce in the two countries could do miracles as far as two way business in concerned. The Nepalese Ambassador gave e good recipe to jackup Pali Nepal economic relations and enumerated well tailored measures to boost up existing trade figures that have no match to their respective potentials.
The ambassador said that Nepal greatly values its relationship with Pakistan, which is built on mutual respect, trust and common perceptions on regional and international issues. He said that exchange after toe specific trade delegations, single country exhibitions, dissemination of economic data and a proactive involvement of chambers of commerce of both the countries could do miracles as far as Two way business is concerned. Moreover, he added that Nepal is ready to make special bilateral trading arrangements with Pakistan for the economic well being of both the countries as Nepalese businessmen feel quite comfortable dealing with their Pakistani counterparts. Exchange of sector specific trade delegations, single country exhibitions, dissemination of economic data and a proactive involvement of chambers of commerce in the two countries can do miracles as far as two way business is concerned, he added. Ile said Nepalese businessmen felt quite comfortable while dealing with their Pakistani counterparts.
He expressed the opinion that the fast changing global scenario called for innovative economic strategies therefore the businessmen in the two countries should join hands for a better tomorrow. He said that at present the mutual trade ties between Pakistan and Nepal are negligible and the state of affairs asked for an increased frequency of reciprocal visits by the Pakistani and Nepalese business community:The Ambassador urged the Acting President, ICC', to bring a delegation of LCCI to Nepal for having first hand knowledge about the economic opportunities in Nepal as frequent visits were a way to expand business ties. The LCCI Acting President Kashif Younis Meher, Vice President Saeeda Nazar and Vice President SAARC Chamber of Cont, merce and Industry Iftikhar Ali Malik, Former LCCI Senior Vice President Abdul Basit and former Vice President Aftab Ahmed Vohra shared their point of view on the subject. The LCCI Acting President Kashif Younis Meher termed Nepal as an important partner for Pakistan in the SAARC region. "As far as mutual trade tics are concerned, both the sides need to do much more to know about each others' potential areas," he noted. He emphasized on an improved people to people contacts on regular basis to add new impetus to and further invigorate existing cordial ties. He suggested that both the countries should appoint distributors of their respective famous brands in the two countries. He also suggested joint endeavors for promoting cooperation in different fields including health, human resource development and agriculture and setting up of joint ventures in textiles and pharmaceutical sectors.