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Visit Nepal Year campaign begins in US

Kathmandu, July 23 

Non-resident Nepalis living in US have formally initiated publicity campaign for 'Visit Nepal 2020' from Maryland.

According to Maryland-based Non-Resident Nepali Association, Nepalis living in foreign countries have been taking different initiatives in order to connect themselves with the motherland in some way as well as to use their emotional relation with Nepal for the welfare of the country.

Being associated under the NRNA, the NRNs in many countries of the world have been organising different campaigns and programmes in recent period. State delegates Harry Bhandari and Consul General, Prem Raja Mahat jointly unveiled a banner reading the slogan 'Let us Visit Nepal, Send Others to Visit Nepal' at a programe "Visit Nepal 2020' organised by President of NRNA, Maryland chapter, Dolnath Ghimire, on July 21.

Similarly, the first meeting of the chapter appointed Raju Parajuli, Vice-President of NRNA Maryland Chapter, as the coordinator of the campaign.

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