KATHMANDU: Foreign Affairs Minister of Nepal Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has said that the Tatopani transit point in Sindhupalchok will be back into operation by May 31.
Speaking in the House of Representatives, International Relations Committee meeting today, he said construction of the physical infrastructure of the transit point are being carried out on both Nepal and China side with the aim of operating the transit point by this May 31.
He said the Chinese government has already informed regarding the operation of the Tatopani transit point, adding that in this connection China has shifted the settlements on its side and hence retail trade would thrive at the Tatopani transit point. The transit point was not in operation since it suffered damages due to the Gorkha earthquake in 2015.
Foreign Affairs Minister Gyawali also informed the committee about the visit of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli to Vietnam and Cambodia beginning on May 9.
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