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> Korea World Travel Fair 2018 : Nepal Tourism Gets High Regard Korea World Travel Fair 2018 : Nepal Tourism Gets High Regard KOTFA 2018 honored Nepali stall at the event with the ‘Best Booth Operation Award’ for its booth operations, display and hospitality In a move expanding its tourism outreach, Nepal saw another global recognition for its tourism sector. The four-day 33rd Korea World Travel Fair (KOTFA) 2018 that was held between June 14-17, 2018 gave due recognition to Nepal tourism for its participation at the event. Recognizing Nepal’s efforts, KOTFA 2018 honored Nepali stall at the event with the ‘Best Booth Operation Award’ for its booth operations, display and hospitality. As part of the platform, Nepal informed the participants about its recent tourism updates and also promoted its potential as the world’s most-sought tourism destination. It is noteworthy here that Nepal is one of the most favorite tourism destinations for Koreans owing to the latter’s large Buddhist population (50 percent). South Korean tourists to Nepal have been growing on a steady pace with Nepal hosting world’s famous Buddhist tourism spots (Buddhist Circuit) such as Lumbini , Swayambhunath , among others. Interestingly, Koreans are usually the tourists with the high spending power and this makes it positive for Nepali tourism to garner more revenues from the Korean tourist arrivals . Besides, the two countries also hold good bilateral and cultural ties , and also have a people-to-people movement. Nearly 26,000 Nepali workforce are living in South Korea for employment and careers.
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allows North Korean officials to travel to South Korea for Olympics: diplomats UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - A United Nations Security Council committee granted approval on Thursday for a North Korean delegation, specifically U.N.-sanctioned senior official Choe Hwi, to travel to South Korea for the opening of the Winter Olympics, diplomats said. While South Korea asked for broad approval to host the high-level delegation from Pyongyang - including North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s younger sister Kim Yo Jong - Choe was the only member subjected to a targeted U.N. travel ban and asset freeze. South Korea’s U.N. mission told the Security Council committee the delegation was expected to attend the opening ceremonies on Friday and stay until Sunday. The 15-member committee makes decisions by consensus. The mission said the visit “will serve as a timely opportunity to reduce tensions on the Korean Peninsula and beyond by promoting an environment conducive to a peaceful, diplomatic and political solution concerning the situation on the Peninsula,” according to the request seen by Reuters. Pyongyang told Seoul that Choe, chairman of the National Sports Guidance Committee, would travel to Pyeongchang as part of its delegation led by Kim Yong Nam, North Korea’s nominal head of state, Seoul’s Unification Ministry said on Wednesday. The Security Council sanctioned Choe on June 2 last year when he was vice director of the Workers’ Party of the Korea Propaganda and Agitation Department, which controls ideological messaging through the media, arts and culture.
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