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Nepal and Myanmar to promote culture and tourism: Minister Gyawali

Nepal and Myanmar to promote culture and tourism: Minister Gyawali

Monday, 30 September 2019, सगरमाथा पोष्ट.
(Special Correspondent Shyam Rimal) Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has said that President Bidya Devi Bhandari's State visit to Myanmar would help further bolster cooperation in the areas of culture and tourism between the two countries. President Bhandari is presently in Myanmar on a State visit at the friendly invitation of President of Myanmar U Win Myint. She arrived here on October 16 and her State visit would conclude on October 20. Minister Gyawali said so on Thursday with the representatives of Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS), Gorkhapatra, Radio Nepal and Nepal Television following President Bhandari's meeting with Burmese President U Win Myint and State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi. Gyawali shared that following the meetings, MoU on cooperation in tourism and culture was signed between Nepal and Myanmar. "Talks on cultural exchange, promoting each other's cultural heritages and forging partnership for preserving figured in the talks between President Bhandari and her Burmese counterpart and State Counsellor Suu Kyi," the Minister said. According to him, the talks also touched on issues like climate change, cooperation in international forums, trade and investment and forging partnership for cooperation on various areas of cooperation. Minister Gyawali said that Nepal had been annually receiving around 45,000 tourists from Myanmar and expressed his confidence that Lumbini-the birthplace of Lord Buddha-would be their first destination once the under-construction international airport in Bhairahawa becomes operative. Stating that Myanmar was home to many people from Nepalese origin, Minister Gyawali happened to recall their contribution to the Myanmar's economy. Myanmar's President and the State Councilor had pledged utmost support in making Visit Nepal 2020 a success, said Minister Gyawali, adding that they vowed to ensure regular flights and chartered ones to Nepal from Myanmar for the same.

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