The Nepali Embassy in Pakistan on Monday organized an interaction programme in Rawalpindi of Pakistan.
The interaction held at the Rawalpindi Commerce and Industry Association building touched on Nepal’s trade, tourism and investment opportunities, the Embassy said in a statement.
On the occasion, Rawalpindi Commerce and Industry Association Chairman, Raja Amar Iqbal, said both the countries would benefit if the opportunities opened up through trade, industries, tourism and investment could be exploited.
Nepali Ambassador to Pakistan, Sewa Lamsal Adhikari, apprised the participants of Nepal’s trade, industry, tourism and investment related policies and assured support for Pakistani business fraternity in Nepal.
The ambassador took the opportunity to call on the Pakistani people to invest and visit Nepal. He added that the materials manufactured in Nepal would soon be exhibited in Pakistan.