During the visit, the Prime Minister is planned to visit Switzerland, United Kingdom and France.
Arranging a press meet at his office in Singha Durbar on Sunday, Foreign Affairs Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali declared that Prime Minister Oli was embarking on the eight-day visit to the three nations of Europe with an objective of the govt to strengthen bilateral dealings with all nations around the world.
Minister Gyawali more informed that Prime Minister Oli would leave the nation on June 8 for Switzerland to attend a special programme to be kept in Geneva on the centenary of International Labour Organisation ( ILO).
During his reside in Geneva from June 9 to 10, Prime Minister Oli is slated to address the precious ceremony on June 10. He will also keep some bilateral conferences on sidelines in the Swiss city.
Foreign Minister Gyawali further declared that Prime Minister Oli would start his UK visit formally on June 10 concluding his Swiss visit on the same day.
During his UK visit, the Prime Minister will hold a bilateral talk to his UK counterpart Theresa May on June 11.
Before the bilateral speak, Oli is scheduled to address a special event hosted by the Oxford Union on June 10, focusing his speech on Nepal’s adviser democracy and its path and path towards development and prosperity.
Apart from, the Prime Minister will address the UK’s parliamentary committee and attend some programmes of Nepali Diaspora, Gyawali declared.
Likewise, Prime Minister Oli will start his official visit to France on June 12. It will be a high profile visit to France from Nepal after a long time, based onGyawali.
During his France visit, Prime Minister Oli is because of hold bilateral talks with his French counterpart Edouard Philippe on June 12 . Additionally, he would take part in various programmes to be focused on the 70th anniversary of the ties between the two nations. Oli will return home on June 15.
On the Prime Minister’s latest two-day India visit that Oli concluded on Friday, attending the oath-taking ceremony of re-elected Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Gyawali declared that the visit would make the dealings between the two neighbors stronger.
The Minister further declared that the ties between the two nations had become more cordial and intimate in recent years.
Responding to a query of journalists, Minister Gyawali declared that as a chair of the SAARC, Nepal was trying to set the local organization in motion. However, he said that Nepal alone will do nothing to the revitalization of the SAARC and the positive efforts from all the member-states were needed for it.
Gyawali’s comments came after Indian Prime Minister Modi invited the authority of BIMSTEC countries in his oath-taking ceremony ignoring the member-states of the SAARC.
Moreover, the Minister expressed his assurance that the Indian Prime Minister would accept the report of Eminent Persons’ Group on suitable time.
Based on him, the Ministry will convene a National Dialogue on Foreign Policy on June 29 to build a common view of the country on its foreign policy.
The country’s political parties, foreign dealings experts and concerned organizations will require part in the dialogue to formulate a new foreign policy as per the Make-up in the changed world context, Gyawali declared. On the occasion, Gyawali also informed about establishing a Brain Gain Centre, an online database.
“It will be used to solicit knowledge, skill, and proficiency of Nepalis living abroad for the growth and prosperity of the nation,” he declared.