Kathmandu: Nepal’s Vice-President Nanda Bahadur Pun will on Friday leave for six-day official visit to China.
In a statement issued by Pun’s Secretariat, the Vice-President will be visiting the northern neighbour to participate in the fourt China-South Asia Expo and the 24th Kunming Import and Export Commodities Fair to be held in Kunming from June 12, reports the Himalayan Times.
He is scheduled to address the inauguration ceremony of China-South Asia Expo and 11th China – South Asia Business Forum in Kunming.
He is also to pay a courtesy call on his Chinese counterpart Li Yuanchao.
Pun will be leading an 11-member Nepali delegation that includes Secretary at the Vice-President’s Office Rajendra Kishore Kshatri among others, the statement read.
He is scheduled to return on June 16.