Albury MP Justin Clancy spent 21 days in India and Nepal cultivating parliamentary, business, education and training ties.
In the Nepalese capital Kathmandu, Mr Clancy visited the children’s home run by Albury charity Meg’s Children.
The trip has been organised under the auspices of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association and the NSW Opposition’s spokesman skills, TAFE and tertiary education is looking at areas related to his shadow portfolio as well as electorate.
“Our border community benefits from the strong participation of families who have moved here from India and Nepal,” Mr Clancy said.
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