Foreign Minister Gyawali returns to Kathmandu after bilateral discussions in New Delhi
KATHMANDU: Foreign Minister Pradip Gyawali met Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday morning. On the last day of his three-day official visit, Gyawali met Singh in Delhi today. The meeting took place at the residence of Defense Minister Singh on Akbar Road in New Delhi. Foreign Secretary Bharatraj Poudyal and Nepali Ambassador Nilambar Acharya were also present at the meeting
The meeting took place at the residence of Defense Minister Singh on Akbar Road in New Delhi. Foreign Secretary Bharatraj Poudyal and Nepali Ambassador Nilambar Acharya were also present at the meeting. Singh mentioned that he had a fruitful discussion with Gyawali in his tweet.
Stating that the relationship between India and Nepal is not guided by the government but by the citizens, he also mentioned that there is the endless potential between the two countries. Singh had inaugurated the road to Tibet from China via Kalapani and Lipulekh on Baisakh 23.
According to the Embassy of Nepal in Delhi, efforts are being made to meet Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Minister Gyawali is scheduled to return home this afternoon on a Nepal Airlines flight. On Saturday morning, Gyawali had a discussion with an Indian journalist at the Embassy of Nepal, Delhi. He said that Nepal had published a new map based on historical facts and the Sugauli Treaty.
A meeting of the Nepal-India Joint Commission at the Foreign Minister level was held on Friday. The meeting was attended by Nepali Foreign Minister Gyawali and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar from India.