Kathmandu. Nepal Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said that his country has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to participate in the first Sagarmatha Dialogue Forum. This program will be organized in the month of April this year. Foreign Minister said that global, regional and national issues will be discussed in Sagarmatha Dialogue Forum. Addressing a group of Indian correspondents who have visited Nepal, the foreign minister said that Sagarmatha Sambad will be held between April 2 to 4. Its theme will be climate change, mountains and the future of humanity.
Gyawali said that we have invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi and are waiting for its confirmation. He said that all the leaders of SAARC countries including Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan have been invited to this event and Nepal will be happy to host all these regional leaders so that they can discuss with each other on the challenges faced by the region. . Gyawali said that after the world's tallest mountain Sagarmatha (Mount Everest), the program is named 'Sambad', which is a symbol of friendship.
The Foreign Minister of Nepal told that the main of this 'Sambad' The objective is to build a consensus to promote the strong will of political leaders to deal with the climate crisis and its side effects. The SAARC countries include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.