President Paudel's First Overseas Trip to Switzerland and Germany Announced

President Paudel's First Overseas Trip to Switzerland and Germany Announced

President Ramchandra Paudel is set to embark on an overseas trip to Switzerland and Germany starting June 13th, Minister of Communication and Information Technology Rekha Sharma informed the media on Thursday.

The Council of Ministers meeting held earlier in the day approved the President's travel plans. As per the announced itinerary, President Paudel will first travel to Geneva, Switzerland on June 13th to lead the Nepali delegation at the 112th Session of the International Labor Conference.

After concluding his engagements in Switzerland, the President is scheduled to make an official visit to Germany, although specific details about the German leg of the tour have not been disclosed yet.

This will be President Paudel's first overseas engagement since assuming office in March this year. His participation in the annual International Labor Conference in Geneva is considered significant as Nepal is a founding member of the International Labor Organization (ILO).

The ministerial statement did not provide further information about the duration of the President's trip or the composition of his delegation for the two-nation visit. More details are expected to be released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the coming days.

The President's visits to Switzerland and Germany are anticipated to provide opportunities for high-level dialogue and discussions aimed at strengthening Nepal's bilateral ties with the two nations across various sectors including labor, employment, trade, investment and tourism.

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