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Nepal PM says his recent India visit has taken relationship between two nations to new heights India-Nepal
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Nepal PM says his recent India visit has taken relationship between two nations to new heights

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 08 Jun 2023, 03:02 pm

Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said his last visit to India has helped in taking the relationship between the two neighbouring nations to new heights.

Addressing the meeting of the National Assembly to appraise the assembly about his India visit, PM Dahal highlighted the progress made during the visit, reports ANI.

“Nepal and India have very old as well as intimate relations. My visit focused on further deepening the existing relation in between the two nations. Focus was laid on economic issues that would benefit the nation for a long whereas on the political side, increasing mutual trust in the coming days progressive talks would be held to solve the rising issues,” Dahal was quoted as saying by ANI.

“Meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at (New Delhi’s) Hyderabad House was important among all. During the bilateral meeting talks about trade, transportation, investments, power trade and cross-border transmission line, irrigation, measures to control inundation and floods, agriculture, cross-border connectivity-railways, ICP, bridges as well as dry ports- these issues related to infrastructural development was focused primarily,” the Nepal PM said addressing the National Assembly.

The Nepal PM visited India from May 31 to June 3.