PM Oli pledges to further strengthening Indo-Nepal ties

05/31/2019

Kathmandu, May 31: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has reaffirmed his commitment to his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, to further consolidate the bilateral ties between Nepal and India, according to the press statement released by the Nepali Embassy in New Delhi. PM Oli left here for the Indian capital, New Delhi, on Thursday, to participate in the swearing-in ceremony of the Indian PM who was elected on the post for the second consecutive term. In the meeting held today between two prime ministers at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, they both underlined the importance of regular exchange of high-level visits between the two countries so as to further strengthen bilateral ties and advance cooperation in all possible areas for the mutual benefits of the two countries. Spokesperson of the India’s Ministry of External Affairs, Raveesh Kumar, tweeted that both leaders had expressed their commitment in further deepening relations between the two countries, in particular between the peoples of both countries. During the meeting, matters of mutual benefits and concerns were discussed, according to the India’s Ministry of External Affairs. PM Oli, congratulating his Indian counterpart, extended his best wishes for the successful tenure of latter's office and also gifted the Indian PM a special garland made up of Rudraksha beads. The Head of the Government of Nepal, home to Pashupatinath Temple, gifting the Rudraksha’s garland that is associated with Lord Shiva, to the Head of the Government of the country having the Vishwanath Temple is viewed as a meaningful gesture. RSS

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