External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is likely to visit Kathmandu on Thursday to conduct debate with Nepal’s political leaders on matters of “joint interest”.
The Minister will go on a visit for two days and the meeting is likely to be led by CPN-UML chief and Ex-PM K P Oli. It will be held to perk up relations with the new government.
“The approaching visit will give a chance to carry out deliberations with political leaders of Nepal on matters of mutual interest, and to advance age-old, special ties of friendship between India and Nepal,” the ministry stated.
It added that the visit is in observance with the practice of usual high-level political affairs between India and Nepal. The visit will imitate the increasing bilateral affiliation and the significance that the two countries append to increase it across various areas.
India stated prior during the result of elections in the Himalayan nation, “We look forward to working with the next democratically elected government in Nepal to advance our close and multifaceted partnership across all sectors and to support Nepal in its pursuit of peace, stability, economic prosperity and all round development.”
Sushma Swaraj will be the primary leading Indian minister to go to Nepal following the wrapping up of polls to local bodies, central Parliament, local assemblies.Rajasthan Tourism App - Welcomes to the lend of Sun, Send and adventures