KATHMANDU – The CPN (Unified Socialist) Chairperson and former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has embarked on a journey to Indonesia to take part in the meeting of the International Communist Party.
The leader departed from Tribhuvan International Airport on Sunday night. The meeting aims to facilitate discussions on various aspects of communism, including its current ideological standing and its influence and contributions in different countries. The participants will put their views being based on the above mentioned agenda connecting them to the respective countries.
Following the meeting, the leader will go for the Singapore and Malaysia visits. The five-day visit will include meetings with top leaders from all three countries, where discussions will revolve around bilateral interests and concerns, as stated by Nepal’s private secretary, Mohan Gautam.