Monday, 27 September, 2021

Nepal-Bangladesh trade talks run till Wednesday


By A Staff Reporter
Kathmandu, Oct. 22: Nepal-Bangladesh Technical Committee for the Promotion of Trade between Two Countries started in the Capital on Tuesday.
The fourth meeting of the committee that will run till Wednesday will discuss on about two dozen agenda including energy trade, use of ports, yarn export, visa facilitation for Nepali students, aviation, food and agricultural products and cargo movement.
Joint-Secretary at the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies (MoICS) Nabaraj Dhakal is leading 14-member Nepali delegation, and 7-member Bangladeshi delegation is led by Additional Secretary Sarifa Khan.
According to the MoICS, the meeting is expected to make some major decisions in the bilateral trade promotion between the two countries, and there might be some progress in terms of operating direct flight services.