KATHMANDU, Aug 21: Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) has requested Turkish private sector to invest in Nepal´s hydroelectricity, tourism, agriculture and health sector.
FNCCI President Suraj Vaidya requested members of Turkish business delegation that is currently in Nepal to invest in Nepal saying that the government is working on to create environment conducive for investment, a statement issued by FNCCI on Tuesday said.
“The meeting between the leaders of private sectors from the two countries focused on investment prospects in Nepal,” reads the statement.
Participants of the meeting also held discussions on establishing flight connectivity between Kathmandu and Istanbul.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Murat Yalcintas, president of the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce (ICC), said Turkish business people were eager to invest in Nepal. “I will encourage Turkish investors to put their money in Nepal,” Yalcintas said, according to the statement.