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Maoist Center for consensus government

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KATHMANDU — CPN (Maoist Center) has chosen to form a consensus government under its own leadership.

A politburo meeting of the CPN-Maoist Center Thursday decided to form a consensus government to resolve the present issues confronting the country.

As per an official statement issued by the party here Thursday, the party decided to take the initiative to form a national consensus government to remaining tasks of the peace process, expedite the reconstruction works ,to hold elections for political structures and to address the concerns of agitating Madhesi, Janajati and Tharu forces.

Maoist Center Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal said that, in spite of the decision, the party would not immediately pull its support to the present government.

The decision of the party comes after some persuasive CPN (Maoist Center) leaders squeezed the party initiative to stop KP Oli-led government contending that it was dawdling on the usage of 9-point agreement reached between the two ruling parties.

Senior CPN-MC leader Narayan Kaji Shrestha said his party reached the conclusion that national consensus government was the need of hour and his party would attempt efforts for the same.

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NAC aims to bring more tourists





KATHMANDU — Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) — the national flag carrier which bought two wide-body aircrafts — is exploring new destinations in Europe, North America and South East Asia to bring in more tourists to the country.

The NAC, with the new destinations, expects to increase its business and carry 400,000 tourists on board the NAC planes to Nepal every year.

The NAC’s move is expected to serve largely for the government’s announcement to mark 2020 as Nepal Visit Year.

The NAC is also planning to procure narrow-body planes that would make regional flights while the wide-body planes would fly to the new international destinations.

For the new destinations, the NAC has appointed issue manager.

With the agreement, the NAC planes would make flights to 14 destinations in a week. If things go as planned, the NAC planes would fly to Narita and Tokyo in Japan, easing the tourists visiting Nepal from there.

After getting approval from Japan and South Korea for flights, the inclusion in the significant safety concern list by the EU to Nepal would remove automatically while the flights to South Korea shall open up the golden door for Nepal Airlines.

South Korea is regarded as the safest country in the world in terms of civil aviation. Likewise, the ICAO has already removed Nepal from its blacklist.

Furthermore, the NAC is preparing to operate flights to bring in tourists from Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Indonesia and Vietnam.

Similarly, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Rabindra Adhikari has directed the NAC for announcing new business plans by targeting the Indian and Chinese tourists, realizing the crucial role of the national flag carrier to make the Nepal Visit Year 2020 a success.

“Top priority has been given to the NAC as it is the major basis to bring in tourists,” Minister Adhikari shared.

Likewise, Minister Adhikari shared that expansion of services and facilities of the Tribhuvan International Airport has been prioritized.

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