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Tourism Minister Bhattarai Announces 141 Plans to Conduct in This Year

Tourism Minister Bhattarai Announces 141 Plans to Conduct in This Year
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Tourism Minister Bhattarai Announces 141 Plans to Conduct in This Year
Tourism Minister Bhattarai Announces 141 Plans to Conduct in This Year

Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Yogesh Bhattarai have declared his 141 plans that will be done within the current fiscal year.

Organizing a press meet in Kathmandu, Minister Bhattarai has promised to bring reformations in the tourism sector of Nepal and have assured to give continuity to the campaign announced by Late Tourism Minister, Rabindra Adhikari to invite 2 million tourists in Nepal in the year 2020. He has also announced to conduct various projects for the improvement in the civil aviation sector and to provide a 50% discount on the airfare to citizens who have crossed 70 years of age.

Likewise, He has announced to give priority to initiate for removing Nepal’s name from the blacklist of European Union by accepting the old clause and by drafting new programs in the civil aviation sector with separate arrangements for regulatory bodies and service providers. Also in order to encourage international airlines companies to operate flights in Gautam Buddha International Airport, Minister has planned to introduce incentive package to promote them.

Adding, it is mentioned that the Nepal Airlines Corporation will be operated as a public company, and they are going to launch tourist arrivals of the major six source markets by conducting necessary programs for bringing at least 2 million tourists in the Visit Nepal 2020 year. Similarly, He has plans to broadcast live footage of Pashupati Aarti on YouTube.

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