Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is returning home this morning after attending the International Conference on Climate Change (COP-26) in Glasgow, Scotland.
He had left for London on October 29, leading a 20-member Nepali delegation to the conference held on November 1 and 2.
The team led by the Prime Minister left Edinburgh for Nepal via Qatar Airways flight at 1.55 pm local time on Wednesday. He will land at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu this morning.
Minister for Forest and Environment Ram Sahay Prasad Yadav is participating in COP-26 and other members of the visiting team have returned home.
This is Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s first foreign trip since becoming prime minister for the fifth time. Prime Minister Deuba addressed the World Leaders Summit on November 1, attending the formal opening ceremony of COP-26. During his visit, Prime Minister Deuba also held bilateral meetings with various heads of state and government and other dignitaries.
Before returning home, Prime Minister Deuba visited the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh, Scotland, and planted birch saplings in the Nepali garden there.