During the meeting, the two discussed a wide range of issues including refugee issues and counter terrorism, U.S. embassy said in a statement today.
In its recent report, Human Rights Watch, an international rights body, had accused the Nepali authority of carrying out inhumanitarian crackdown on Tibetan refugees in Nepal.
According to the statement, the duo also focused on disaster preparedness and upgraded training for the Nepal Police and the Armed Police Force.
On the occasion, Minister Gautam had highlighted the decades-long cooperative bilateral relationship between Nepal and the United States.
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