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Timalsina's candidacy for Europe Regional Coordinator NRNA announced


Nepalnews
2021 Aug 29, 13:29, Kathmandu
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Krishna Timalsina has announced his candidacy for Europe Regional Coordinator of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) in its 10th General Assembly scheduled for October. In the NRNA 9th General Assembly, Timalsina was elected to the post of Europe Regional Deputy Coordinator.

NRNA Europe Regional Coordinator is tasked with looking after the affairs of 27 European countries.

"My candidacy is for making efforts to address crucial issues relating to the NRNA," he told Rastriya Samachar Samiti. A permanent resident of Dhadingbesi Nilkantha-14 in Dhading district, he has been living in the United Kingdom for the past 20 years. Timalsina has held a position in the committee, NRNA central member to make short-term and long-term plans and the committee to promote investments.

Likewise, he served as Vice President of the NRNA, UK (2013-15) and a member in the working committee of the NRNA, UK (2011-13). He also served as an advisor to the NRNA, UK (2017).

Similarly, Sagar Lama has announced his candidacy for the NRNA Europe Regional Deputy Coordinator. A permanent resident of Kavrepalanchok, he has been living in Ireland. Associated with the NRNA since 2003, he is also involved in various business sectors.

The NRNA International Coordination Council (ICC) assembly is taking place from October 23 to 25 in Nepal. Many people have been announcing their candidacy to various posts in this connection.

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