Dahal thanks INTERPOL for support to Nepal Police
KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Thursday thanked the International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL) for its support in empowerment of Nepal Police.
In a meeting with INTERPOL President Meng Hongwei held in Kathmandu on Thursday, the Prime Minister expressed his gratitude toward the organisation, the PM's Secretariat informed in a press statement today.
Meng, who was in Kathmandu for the 23rd Asian Regional Conference of Interpol, had reached the PM Secretariat in Baluwatar for the meeting.
In response to the PM, Meng had told the Prime Minister that the international police organisation was ready to support Nepal whatever possible.
Meanwhile, Dahal also discussed dimensions of Nepal-China relations with Meng as he was representing the Chinese government in the Conference.
"Nepal and China are old good neighours," he said, "We want to raise the level of road, rail and air connectivity between Nepal and China."
He also reiterated that he was committed to the One China policy.
Meanwhile, the visiting delegate thanked Nepal for its support to his election to the top INTERPOL position. He invited PM Dahal for a visit to the INTERPOL headquarters in France.