August 27, Kathmandu. Local authorities and officers from Asia Pacific, the worldwide community of cities, have expressed curiosity in collaborating within the city administration of the metropolis of Kathmandu.
The community’s Asia Pacific President Ashok Bynjoo; Barnadia Iravati Jandradevi, Deputy Chief of Kathmandu Metropolitan Hari Prabha Khadgi Shrestha, Chief Administrative Officer Rajeshwar Gyawali, Head of Administration Department Mahesh Kafle, Head of International Relations Secretariat Diliram Bastola and different officers interacted on Kathmandu Metropolitan Region.
In that context, the community’s president, Wyunju, stated that cooperation can be applicable to make Kathmandu brighter as it’s the face of the nation. As the train in Kathmandu can even profit different native governments, we suggest to cooperate with Kathmandu,’ Vanju stated.
Speaking on the event, Khadgi Shrestha, Deputy Chief, Metropolitan, stated that he was impressed by the work executed by the community in human waste administration to enhance the city surroundings and stated that Kathmandu can be taught from the expertise of different cities. Similarly, Chief Administrative Officer Gyawali stated that the metropolis has established sister metropolis linkages with nationwide and worldwide cities to offer advantages on the citizen degree via intercity studying.
From the perspective of city improvement and administration, Kathmandu has each potential and potential. If Kathmandu is energetic in harnessing this potential, we stand able to cooperate. During the dialogue, Dr. Bernadette, Secretary General of the Network, had an opinion.
The eighth convention of the community was held in Kathmandu from 8 to 9 September. At the convention, heads of native governments made a presentation on their efforts in COVID administration and the challenges they now face. The community consists of greater than 240,000 cities world wide and greater than 7,000 within the Asia-Pacific area. It has 10 municipal members from Nepal together with Kathmandu metropolis.