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Indian Prime Minister Modi to visit Nepal


KATHMANDU:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has informed that he will visit Nepal in the near future. According to a Foreign Ministry source, Modi made the remarks during a meeting with Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba in Glasgow, United Kingdom. The two leaders held a formal meeting on Tuesday. The two countries had invited the Prime Minister to visit each other’s countries.

Talking to reporters after a sideline meeting between the Prime Ministers of the two countries while attending the 26th World Leaders Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention in Glasgow, Prime Minister Deuba informed that he had invited his counterpart Modi to visit Nepal. Even Modi has said that he will visit Nepal soon.
Nepal-India relations have deteriorated under the previous government led by KP Sharma Oli. Prime Minister Deuba wants to improve that relationship. During the meeting, they discussed about strengthening and deepening the relations between Nepal and India.

It is also said that talks were held on further enhancing the cooperative relations between the two countries. During the meeting, Prime Minister Deuba informed India that there is a shortage of chemical fertilizers in Nepal. It has been agreed to further enhance bilateral assistance even in the event of the Covid epidemic.

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