KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has left for an eight-day Europe visit on Saturday evening.
He will begin his trip from Switzerland and will thereafter visit the United Kingdom and France. In Geneva, Switzerland, the Prime Minister will be addressing a high-level gathering organised to mark the 100th anniversary of International Labour Organisation on June 10.
He will leave for the UK on the same day and will address the Oxford Union. On June 11, PM Oli will hold a bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May.
He will then leave for France on June 12. There he will attend various programmes organised to mark 70 years of Nepal-France bilateral relations. Besides addressing the French business community, PM Oli will also address a special programme on Visit Nepal Year-2020.