Ties among India and Nepal went under serious strain after Nepal a year ago distributed another political guide that demonstrated the three Indian regions – Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulekh – as a feature of Nepal.
New Delhi: Relations among India and Nepal offer boundless potential, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said in the wake of meeting Nepalese Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali here on Saturday (January 16).
Gyawali, joined by Nepalese Foreign Secretary Bharat Raj Paudyal, showed up here on Thursday on a three-day visit.
On Friday, he held wide-going talks with External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar covering the whole span of two-sided ties.
“Had a great gathering with the Foreign Minister of Nepal, Shri @PradeepgyawaliK today. India’s relations with Nepal are not restricted to governments in both the nations yet it is driven by the individuals of the both the countries. India-Nepal relations offer boundless potential,” Singh tweeted.
Ties among India and Nepal went under extreme strain after Nepal a year ago distributed another political guide that indicated the three Indian domains – Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulekh – as a feature of Nepal.
In their discussions, Gyawali and Jaishankar on Thursday completed a thorough survey of all parts of the reciprocal participation and investigated approaches to additionally reinforce ties in key zones of network, exchange and energy.