Expo Nepal-2024 Showcases Nepali Culture and Opportunities in Brazil’s Capital

The ‘Expo Nepal 2024’ has commenced today in Brazil’s capital Brasilia, organized under the joint efforts of the Embassy of Nepal and Rock Siddhi Pvt. Ltd.

Dignitaries from Brazil, including the Minister for Labour, Deputy Minister for Tourism and Executive Secretary, Deputy Minister for Law, Brazil’s Federal Court Judge, President of the Brazilian Travel Agency Association (ABB), and President of the Brazilian National Industry Confederation, graced the opening ceremony, as reported by the Nepali Embassy in Brasilia.

The chief guest, in his address, praised Nepal’s natural beauty and cultural heritage, expressing optimism that the expo would foster new dimensions in the bilateral relations between Nepal and Brazil.

Representatives from 20 countries, serving as ambassadors, attended the expo at the invitation of the Nepali Embassy, showcasing the event’s international significance.

Ambassador Nirmal Raj Kafle highlighted the warm and friendly ties between Nepal and Brazil, emphasizing the expo’s potential to bridge the gap between Brazilian nationals and Nepal.

Binod Sapkota, the general-secretary of the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN), underscored the expo’s role in familiarizing Brazilian nationals with Nepal and encouraging them to explore the Himalayan country.

Despite the geographical distance between Nepal and Brazil, Sapkota applauded the embassy’s proactive efforts to enhance connectivity and promote bilateral relations, considering Brazil’s significant economic stature.

Deepak Raj Joshi, General Manager of the Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI), invited investors to explore Nepal, assuring them of its geographical and natural resemblance to Brazil.

The ‘Expo Nepal 2024’ features 22 exhibition halls, offering insights into various sectors of Nepal. Visitors can explore attractive packages for Nepal tourism, sample authentic Nepali cuisine, and admire Nepali carpets and wooden artifacts reflecting the rich art and culture of Nepal.

The expo, inaugurated on March 1, is scheduled to run until March 3, providing a platform for cultural exchange and economic collaboration between Nepal and Brazil.


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