KATHMANDU: Madhav Kumar, the Chair of the CPN (Unified Socialist) and a former Prime Minister, left for Indonesia at 12 a.m. on Sunday night as part of a three-country tour to Nepal.
Last night, he flew to Tribhuvan International Airport to attend the International Communist Party Congress.
The leaders of the nations represented at the communist party summit will address the condition of communist principles in their various countries, their influence, and their contribution to the development of the country.
It is planned that the Chair Nepal will go to Singapore and Malaysia after participating in the meeting.
During the five-day visit, he had a courtesy meeting with the top leaders of all three countries and discussed bilateral interests, according to Mohan Gautam, the personal secretary of the Chair Nepal.