New Delhi. India and Nepal will strive to take their bilateral relations to Himalayan heights and resolve all issues, including the boundary issue, in the same spirit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday after wide-ranging talks with his Nepali counterpart Pushpakamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’. .
In a statement to the media after the meeting, Modi said that he and Prachanda have taken several important decisions to make the partnership between the two countries a ‘super hit’ in the future. After the talks, Modi and Prachanda jointly inaugurated several infrastructure projects. Initiated projects. The two sides also signed seven agreements to enhance cooperation in a number of areas, including trade and energy.
Both the leaders digitally inaugurated the Integrated Check Posts at Rupaidiha in India and Nepalgunj in Nepal. He also flagged off a cargo train from Bihar’s Bathnaha to Nepal Custom Yard. In the presence of Prachanda, Modi said, “We will continue to strive to take our relations to the heights of the Himalayas.” And in this spirit we will resolve all issues, be it border related or any other issue.
He said, “The religious and cultural ties between India and Nepal are very old and strong. To further strengthen this beautiful link, Prime Minister Prachanda and I have decided that projects related to the Ramayana Circuit should be expedited.” Nepal is important to India in the context of its overall strategic interests in the region and both countries Leaders have often taken note of the age-old ‘roti-beti’ relationship. It refers to the intermarriage relationships between the people of the two countries.
Nepal shares a border of over 1,850 kilometers with five Indian states – Sikkim, West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Landlocked Nepal relies heavily on India for the transport of goods and services. Sea Nepal has access to the world through India and imports a major proportion of its requirements to and from India. The Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1950 forms the basis of the special relationship between the two countries.
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