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Nepal intends to learn from Pakistan’s federal parliamentary system: Nepal Ambassador

ISLAMABAD, MAY 26 (DNA) – Ambassador of Nepal to Pakistan Sewa lamsal Adhikari said that Nepal would have federal governance structure soon for which guidance and support from Pakistan will be helpful.

She expressed these views while meeting with Federal Secretary for National History and Literary Heritage (NHLH) Division, Engineer Aamir Hasan on Friday. She said Nepal aspires to learn from the experiences of Pakistan regarding federal parliamentary system.

Sewa lamsal Adhikari said Pakistan and Nepal can explore different avenues for enhancing collaboration in culture, education and literature.

A draft of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Pakistan and Nepal was also exchanged between Federal Secretary, Aamir Hasan and Sewa lamsal Adhikari according to

 which both the countries will initiate joint ventures in the field of Fine Arts and to hold exhibitions of antiquities and cultural heritage.

The exchange of cultural delegations between the two countries and translation of valuable literature in each other’s language were also part of the MoU.

Sewa lamsal Adhikari congratulated Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Advisor to Prime Minister on NH&LH, Irfan Siddiqui and Federal Secretary, Aamir Hasan for arranging ‘Visak Mela’ and inviting Buddhist monks in Pakistan.

She said Buddhist monks from Nepal will also visit Pakistan to attend ‘Visak Mela’ next year and restoration of direct Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flights from Nepal will be helpful for this purpose.

Speaking on the occasion, Engineer Aamir Hasan said Pakistan will heartily welcome the Buddhist monks from Nepal. He said the MoU will help enhance people to people contacts.=DNA


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