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3rd October 2010. Chief of Army Staff Chhatraman Singh Gurung has left for the United Kingdom Sunday on a ten-day official visit at the invitation of the British army chief.
 
CoAS Gurung will hold talks with British army chief  Peter Wall on matters of mutual interest, including support to UN Peacekeeping Operations, Britain’s Brigade of Gurkhas, and resolution of the peace process in Nepal.He will also meet senior staff at the Foreign Office and the Department for International Development. He will also visit 2nd Royal Gurkha Rifles Battalion which is beginning specialist training prior to deploying to Afghanistan in Spring 2011.
 
Association President Puspa Shrestha met CoAS Gurung and his wife Kamala Gurung at his residence in Kathmandu and discussed the Association's activities. CoAS Gurung talked about his memories and involvements in the Association. He sends his best wishes to all members of the Association. He also wished to come to Manchester to meet the Association members but he regrets that he is unable to do so due to his pressing comitments elsewhere. We wish him a very successful visit and a pleasant stay in the UK.