AIDIA-Asia conclave is the premier program of the Asian Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (AIDA), which will be held once in every two months. It is a premier gather of the high profile politicians, businesspersons and diplomats from the Asia and talk on the regional issues. The prime objective of the conclave is to provide the platform for discussion and debate in the regional issues of the Asia. AIDIA-Asia Conclave will gather diplomats and politicians from the different Asian countries and chose the topic of discussion and debate. Nepal will be the focal destination where one member will be always be the part of debate and discussion. AIDIA Asia Conclave can be the influential catalyst, which aid to solve the problem in collaboration with the impressive ideas and vision of the SAARC members. The cooperation among the Asian countries will help to achieve immensely untapped potential of the people. The conclave will act as the bridge to share the ideas and vision of the most powerful and impressive personality, which can help for future partnership and build link for mutual development.
- Opportunity to address the regional issue
- Generating new ideas from the Asian and Non-Asian to solve the regional issues through intellectual debate from the Himalayan region of Nepal.
- To mobilize the talent pool from Asia to discuss the regional issues for to solve the regional issues and development of the Asian countries.
- To improve and strengthen the relations of India and Nepal
- To discuss on the possible partnership in future between India and Nepal
- Business networking
AIDIA will provide opportunity to speak on the regional issues in the conclave and make the debate and discussion which yield the fruiful approach for problem solutions. Our objective is to strengthen the social, economical and political ties between the Nepal and other countires.
India-Nepal Economic Relations
Nepal shares a border of about 1850 kilometres with five Indian States – Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Sikkim. An estimated 6 million Nepalese live and work in India. As close neighbours, India and Nepal share a unique relationship of friendship and cooperation characterized by open borders and deep-rooted people-to- people contacts of kinship and culture. B Read more