As the International Labour Organisation's 106th Session of the International Labour Conference is just around the corner, Nepal has intensified preparations at the diplomatic-level to garner support for the post of the deputy member in the ILO Governing Body.
The Conference is scheduled to be held from 5 to 16 of this month in Geneva, Switzerland.
Nepal has already decided to file its candidacy for the post of ILO Governing Body's deputy member in the 106th Session.
Though Nepal is the ILO member since 1966, it has yet not assumed any post on behalf of the government in the UN agency dealing with labour problems internationally.
Nepal's permanent representative for the UN Mission in Geneva, Deepak Dhital, is learnt to have been busy in seeking favour at the diplomatic level on the eve of the Conference.