Nepalese businessman Binod Chaudhary plans to launch a startup in Kyrgyzstan


Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Sapar Isakov met on March 16 with a businessman and philanthropist fr om Nepal Binod Chaudhary, the press service of the government said, according to AKIpress.

Isakov said that by his visit to Kyrgyzstan, Chaudhary demonstrates an interest in investing in the country. "I am very pleased that you came here showing an interest and offerign projects," Isakov said.

Binod Chaudhary said he was pleased to visit Kyrgyzstan and expressed hope for fruitful cooperation. He said Kyrgyzstan is a special country for him and he has only good impressions from the country, which always welcomes warmly.

He pointed out Kyrgyzstan's tourism development potential.

They discussed potential fields wh ere Chaudhary could invest in.

The Prime Minister invited him for the Third World Nomad Games opening in September.

Binod Chaudhary expressed a desire to help in advertising of the World Nomad Games, a symbol of which this year will be a snow leopard.

Sometimes, one brand is enough to develop a country, said Nepalese businessman and philanthropist Binod Chaudhary at a press conference in Bishkek on March 16.

He said a single brand sometimes help countries develop and became known in international arena.

He said he plans to launch a startup in Kyrgyzstan for young people to be able to produce clothing here.

“We spoke to many entrepreneurs in various industries, the main thing is to find sustainable project,” said Chaudhary.

However, he did not mention how much he plans to invest in Kyrgyzstan.

Reported by AKIpress (Kyrgyzstan).