Nepal-Israel chamber set upNepal-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been established to promote and boost bi-lateral trade, investment and other economic relations between the two counties.
Nepal-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been established to promote and boost bi-lateral trade, investment and other economic relations between the two counties.
The establishment of the new chamber was initiated by Israel’s Ambassador to Nepal Yaron Mayor.
Nepal is the first nation in South Asia to establish a diplomatic relationship with Israel—on June 1, 1960. Israel opened its embassy in Kathmandu in March 1961.
The launch event was held in Kathmandu on Wednesday and was attended by Minister of Foreign Affairs Prakash Sharan Mahat.
The executive committee has been formed under the leadership of Shisheer K Bhatta as President, Rabi Chandra Sing as vice-president, JR (Sagar) Thapa as secretary and Hemanta Golchha as treasurer. Sailendra K Shrestha, Sandip K Sharda and Sudeep Acharya are members.
Other members are Subashis Thapaliya, Prakash Dutel, Lokendra Karki, Kapil Dev Regmi, Bharat Raj Acharya, Nikhil Murarka, Sambridhi Gyawali, Bishnu Panthi, Sushil Khadka, Kishan Agrawal, Mani Chaulagain, Sreejana KC, Arjun Dharel, Mohan Lama, Tanka Raj Acharya, Birendra Pandey, Shiva Dangal and Binay Upadhyay.