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Nepal, Trying To Improve Relations With India

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Amid growing proximity to China, Nepal is also emphasizing strengthening its relations with India. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is preparing to send Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali to New Delhi after the visit of the Defense Minister of China to Nepal in recent times. An official date has not been announced yet for his visit to India. It is expected that they can also participate in the 6th meeting of the Nepal-India Joint Commission to be held in Delhi on 5-16 December.

Gyawali will come to Delhi on the invitation of the Indian Foreign Minister

According to The Kathmandu Post, Gyawali will be the most senior political leader in Nepal to visit New Delhi after a thaw in bilateral relations. A Nepal Foreign Ministry spokesman said the dates of the visit have not been confirmed yet, but preparations for the visit are underway. He said that the foreign ministries of the two countries will announce together. The spokesman said that the invitation for the visit was given by Indian Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla during his visit to Nepal last week. The report states that Gyawali will visit India at the invitation of Foreign Minister S Jaishankar.

Travel date announced later

Rajan Bhattarai, Foreign Affairs Advisor to Nepali Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, said on Tuesday that I am not aware of the meeting, but there is a general understanding that Foreign Minister Gyawali will visit India to attend the Joint Commission meeting. Another senior foreign ministry official said that they have agreed to the Indian proposal, which will be formally announced later through mutual consultation.

India-Nepal relations expected to improve

It is believed that Pradeep Kumar Gyawali’s visit to India will also melt the snow on the relationship between the two countries. Tensions in both countries reached a peak after a new map of Nepal in May-June. After which, Nepal also closed its border with India in the Corona period. After which the relationship between the two countries was continuously deteriorating due to Nepal’s anti-India stance.

India-Nepal relations expected to improve

It is believed that Pradeep Kumar Gyawali’s visit to India will also melt the snow on the relationship between the two countries. Tensions in both countries reached a peak after a new map of Nepal in May-June. After which, Nepal also closed its border with India in the Corona period. After which the relationship between the two countries was continuously deteriorating due to Nepal’s anti-India stance.

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