Chief Minister Shri Jai Ram Thakur addressed ambassadors of 50 countries .

With a view to attract global investors to the proposed global investors meet being held in Dharamshala in the month of November, the  state government held a meeting with the Ambassadors of 50 nations at New Delhi on Wednesday evening. The Ambassadors were detailed about the possibilities of investment in various sectors in the state and the state government also urged them to motivate and coordinate in inviting entrepreneurs, investors and trade unions of their countries for investing in sectors of their choice in Himachal Pradesh. Minister of State for External Affairs V. Murlidharan, who was also present on the occasion, said that the initiative of the Himachal government to invite investors and traded union across the globe to this global investor's meet being organized on 7-8 November in Dharamshala is unique and exemplary. He said the Union Ministry of External Affairs would play the role of felicitator for this meet. He appreciated the vision of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur and policies of the state government for making Himachal Pradesh as favourite investment destination and to improve economy of the state

He said that the proposed global investors meet being organised at Dharamshala, which is situated in the lap of majestic Himalaya range, would also give boost to tourism as people from all over the world would witness the rich culture and traditions of the state. He expressed hope that efforts of the state government will bear fruits and Himachal would definitely emerge as a global investor's destination on the world map.

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The government is making all out efforts to making Himachal Pradesh as the best destination for global investors. The state government has developed better infrastructure and additional power is also available with the state. As a result of better policies and effective implementation of various schemes, the state today is poised to compete with other states for attracting global investment. He appreciated the efforts of the External Ministry for making this event historic and also thanked the Union Minister of state for External Affairs for his presence on the occasion.

There were many distinguished guests at the ceremony
MP's Ram Swaroop Sharma, Kishan Kapoor and Suresh Kashyap, Secretary, Economic Affairs (Foreign Ministry) T.S Trimurti, Additional Chief Secretaries Dr. Shrikant Baldi and Ram Subhag Singh, Additional Principal Secretary to the CM Sanjay Kundu and Principal Private Secretary to the CM Vinay Singh were also present on the occasion.