Kathmandu. Visiting Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Sringala has paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. Arriving in Nepal on Thursday, he had a meeting with the Prime Minister at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar.
He has been in constant contact since he arrived in Kathmandu on Thursday. He also attended a meeting at the Foreign Secretary level and met Foreign Minister Pradip Gyawali. He is also scheduled to meet President Vidyadevi Bhandari on Thursday.
Foreign Secretary level meeting: Positive discussions to resolve problems between the two countries
Bilateral talks between the Foreign Secretaries of Nepal and India have ended. Foreign Secretary Bharatraj Poudel and Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringala were present at the talks. One-on-one talks were held between the two secretaries before the formal bilateral talks.
Giving a brief response to the media after the talks, the Indian Foreign Secretary said, “The talks have got off to a good start. The two countries have discussed ways to resolve issues.
He further said, “The talks have been very fruitful. The agendas of the talks are very broad. There have been very useful discussions on issues ranging from economic cooperation to infrastructure construction. ‘
After the meeting, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs mentioned in a tweet that the discussions between the two countries were held in a very cordial atmosphere.
The Embassy of India in Kathmandu appreciated the progress made by both sides in a number of bilateral initiatives and projects. “It was also agreed to take further steps to advance mutual cooperation,” the embassy said.We want to move forward together with China and India: Minister Gyawali
Foreign Minister Pradip Gyawali said Nepal’s message to India and China would be “we want to move forward together”.
Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringala is in Kathmandu while the Chinese Defense Minister is coming on Sunday. The question was whether the parliamentary hearing committee was trying to play the Indian or Chinese card.