Kathmandu: The two day Nepal Bangladesh Youth Conclave concluded in Kathmandu on Sunday stressing on the need to strengthen relations between the two countries through promoting cultural exchange and enhancing people to people contacts.
Inaugurating the third edition of Youth Conclave at Nepal Tourism Board hall on Sunday Minister for Labour and Social Security Rameshwor Raya Yadav said, People of Bangladesh and Nepal have many similarities and they are facing similar problems. “The youths of Nepal and youths of Bangladesh both are working as labour force abroad. Bangladesh government has established many training centres for their youths to train in vocational subjects. Inspired by them our government is also shortly opening training centres here in Nepal so that Nepalese labourers would also get better job opportunities,” he pointed out.
Minister for has assured all kinds of support to enhance collaboration between the youths of the two countries for their mutual interest.
“When I see young people like you interact and work together thinking about how to move ahead in future this gives me hope that the relations between the two countries will grow and move ahead.
The participants who attended the conclave underlined the need for youths of Nepal and Bangladesh work together to fight against climate change, land degradation and desertification.
The closing session of the conclave proposed to meet in Dhaka for the fourth edition of Nepal Banglaesh Youth conclave in Dhaka next year, according to coordinator of the conclave Abhinav Chaudhary. The forum will work for promotion of Visit Nepal Year 2020 and celebrate 100th birth anniversary of Sheikh Mujibar Rahman, the father of Bangladesh.