Moon to visit Nepal
KATHMANDU: Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki- Moon is to visit Nepal on April 27. The meeting of the Lumbini Development Directive Committee formed by the Government of Nepal held on Friday fixed the date of the Secretary General Moon’s visit.
It was informed at the meeting held at the committee office at Babarmahal under the chairmanship of UCPN-Maoist Chairman and committee convenor Pushpakamal Dahal, that Moon will visit Nepal on April 27, said Dahal’s Press Coordinator Santosh Poudel.
Today’s meeting has also fixed a special programme to be held on April 28 in Lumbini.
Published Date: Friday, March 9th, 2012 | 11:40 AM
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