November 13, 2017
Tatyana Gamaley met with the ambassador of Nepal in Russia.
Temporary acting Minister for National Policy of the Republic Tatyana Gamaley met with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Nepal in Russia to Mr. Rishi Ram Ghimire on November 13, 2017.
Mr. Rishi Ram Ghimire noted that Nepal is a multinational country with more than 30 million people who represent more than 100 ethnic groups and subgroups. In this regard, he stressed the importance of studying the experience of peaceful coexistence of the peoples of multinational and multilingual Dagestan.
The head of the ministry, Tatyana Gamaley, in her turn, spoke about the implementation of the Strategy of the State National Policy of the Russian Federation in Dagestan. She reported on the complex activities of the ministries and departments of the region to preserve the ethnocultural identity of the Dagestani ethnic groups and to strengthen the common Dagestan unity within Russia.
The participants of the meeting discussed issues of interfaith dialogue in Nepal and Russia, strengthening of interethnic peace and harmony, harmonization of interethnic relations, improvement of state administration in the sphere of state national policy, creation of optimal conditions for preserving and developing the languages of the peoples of Dagestan and others.
The issue of sharing experience in the implementation of joint projects in various fields was also discussed. Among them are projects of mountain and extreme tourism, the development of people’s diplomacy, the establishment of inter-municipal ties between Dagestan and Nepal, and so on.
At the end of the meeting Mr. Rishi Ram Ghimire invited Tatiana Gamaley as a member of the Dagestani delegation to Nepal. Participants of the meeting also exchanged souvenirs.
The event was attended by State Duma deputies Gadzhimet Safaraliev and Abdulmazhid Magramov, First Deputy Minister for National Policy RD Garun Davydov, member of the Board of Trustees of the Russian Society for Cooperation and Friendship with Nepal Yevgeny Kozorezov, Everest conquerors in 2017 Kirill Lyulyaev and Rashid Gadzhiyasulov and others.