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World Tourism Day: Diplomats arrive in Pokhara


Nepalnews
2021 Sep 27, 7:22, Pokhara
A total of 1,143 foreign tourists visited Nepal through the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in June.

Ambassadors and diplomats from different countries have arrived in Pokhara on Sunday at the invitation of the Gandaki Province government on the occasion of World Tourism Day.

Secretary at the Ministry of Tourism, Industry, Commerce, and Supplies Gyanendra Poudel, Chairperson of Pokhara Tourism Council Gopi Bahadur Bhattarai, and others welcomed the diplomats at Pokhara Airport.

The officials have confirmed the arrival of diplomats of Qatar, UAE, Finland, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Germany, and other countries.

Likewise, the Secretary-General of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) and chiefs of other diplomatic missions are also in the team.

Secretary Poudel said that the ongoing visit of the diplomats is believed to spread positive messages to recover and promote the tourism business.

Likewise, Bhattarai said that the visit of diplomats has added excitement to the tourism fraternity in Pokhara.

This visit would give the message that Pokhara is open to tourists and the trip was aimed at giving the message that Pokhara is a safe destination to the tourists for visit, Bhattarai added.

In honor of the visiting diplomats, the Gandaki Province Government has organised a dinner reception.

The diplomats are scheduled to visit cultural and natural heritages in and around Pokhara and go for short hiking.

The diplomats are also scheduled to join the street festival at Lakeside in Pokhara. 

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