Govt decides to receive Rs. 5 bln grant from Norway, Finland


By TRN Online, Kathmandu, Dec. 7: The government has decided to accept grant assistance amounting to over five billion rupees from Norway and Finland.

A meeting of the Council of Ministers held on Tuesday made a decision to this effect.

Making public the Cabinet decision through a press meeting on Wednesday, government spokesperson and Minister for Communication and Information Technology Gyanendra Bahadur Karki said the assistance provided by Finland and Norway was for School Sector Development Project (SSDP).

Similarly, the government has decided to appoint Jitendra Dhital to the post of administrator of the Employee Provident Fund.

Likewise, the government has decided to appoint officials to initiative processes for land acquisition for Kimathanka Arun Hydropower Project and Dhopvadi-Mirghauli 132 KV transmission line.

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