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Education fair to benefit SAARC students

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Campus Report :
Chief Editor of Eastern News Agency (ENA) Omar Yasser Mallick has taken initiative to bring 50 European universities together for holding an education fair in Nepal, India and Bangladesh in October next.    
He is now visiting Katmandu of Nepal in this regard. The ENA Chief Editor met consulate of Nepal and representatives of seven other countries, including East Europe, in Kathmandu.
Mallick met Honorary Consul of Spain for Nepal Ambika Srestha, Honorary Consul of Estonia Navee Raj Dahal, Honorary Consul of Czech Republic Vishnu Kumar Agarwal, Honorary Consul of Bulgaria Bhola Bikram Thapa, Honorary Consul of Poland Lokmannya Golcha, and ambassador of Bangladesh to Nepal Mashfee Binte Shams.  
During the meeting with the foreign diplomats, Mallick handed over special souvenir of the Europe Studies Ltd Global, a Bangladesh based commerce institution in United Kingdom. The foreign diplomats assured of bilateral co-operation.
Mallick told the foreign diplomats that the education fair will boost the students of SAARC courtiers in the higher education and also the path of cultural exchange and shall open up new horizon for multi lateral interest.

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