Foreign ministers of Nepal Canada exchange views on the current situation
KATHMU, June 12: Minister for Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali his Canadian counterpart François-Philippe Champagne have exchanged views on the present conditions of COVID-19 in each pleasant nations by a phone dialog Thursday night.
During the dialog, the 2 international ministers exchanged views on the initiatives taken by their respective governments for controlling the COVID-19 pemic reiterated their commitments to st by one another in these tough occasions, in accordance with a press assertion issued by Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA).
Also, expressing their sympathies over the lack of life, they wished for a speedy restoration of these receiving remedy. Meanwhile each governments assured to increase assist to one another’s nationals stred of their respective nations.
On Nepal’s request for Canada’s continued partnership for improvement, Minister Champagne assured that the Government of Canada will proceed to increase cooperation to Nepal in future.
Minister Gyawali on his half mentioned that Nepal Canada share frequent views on many issues of world concern together with local weather change, multilateralism agenda of the growing nations.
Minister Champagne wished to work with Nepal on local weather motion different frequent agendas.
Stressing the necessity for sturdy international collaboration to successfully struggle the pemic, the 2 leaders considered that higher understing cooperation amongst all stakeholders is essential to convey the scenario below management.