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Nepal ministers visit VPT

Nepal Minister of Commerce Romi Gouchan Thakali, joint secretary, ministry of commerce, Nepal, Rabi Sankar Sainju and  Economic Affairs Minister KH Pushkar visited Visakhapatnam

Published: 29th January 2017 03:21 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th January 2017 05:45 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

VISAKHAPATNAM :  Nepal Minister of Commerce Romi Gouchan Thakali, joint secretary, ministry of commerce, Nepal, Rabi Sankar Sainju and  Economic Affairs Minister KH Pushkar visited Visakhapatnam Port Trust here on Saturday. During their visit, VPT deputy chairman PL Haranadh explained the port facilities and infrastructure available in the port, especially container traffic being handled. 


He further stated that the container traffic can be directly loaded from the terminal to Birgunj without any hindrance as the Visakhapatnam Port is well integrated with the PoS and PCS e-office system and looking forward for better trade with Nepal government.


“Nepal Government is very keen in movement of the cargo through containers and all constraints would be eliminated with the full support of the VPT, VCTPL and Concor for smooth business by both the countries,” said Romi Gouchan Thakali.

He assured that trade would flourish in the years to come and informed that the customs clearance, electrification Of railways is very much necessitated for faster movement of their cargo. The minister requested the Indian government to look into the issue in more prospective manner and better trade relations between both the countries. 



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