Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said the government’s recent decision on hydropower development has created an atmosphere conducive for investment in Nepal.
Koirala talked about the new prospects of investment and development in a meeting with Nepali ambassadors and chargé d’affaires of countries of west Asia and North Africa, on Saturday night.
In an interaction organised at Nepali Embassy in Abu Dhabi, PM Koirala said that employees in the foreign missions had an important role to bring investment in the country.
Koirala is on his way to New York to participate in the 69th United Nations General Assembly.
“No agreement can be made ignoring Nepal’s national integrity and sovereignty. We need to work for the national interests,” he said, adding that Nepal was in need of democratic constitution to alleviate poverty.
On the occasion, Foreign Minister Mahendra Bahadur Pandey said the employees in the foreign missions must consider newer approaches to solve the problems faced by Nepalis on foreign land and present programmes based on bilateral interests.
Meanwhile, in a meeting with the representatives of Non-resident Nepalis Association in Gulf countries, PM Koirala also said that Nepal has a bright future ahead.
“I’m hopeful that we get the new Constitution on stipulated time which would lead us to a prosperous future,” the PM added.