PM Oli and India PM Modi meet for 1.5 hours

New Delhi, April 7

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who is on a three-day State Visit to India, held a one-on-one meeting with Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, Friday.

During the meeting held at the Indian Prime Minister’s residence at Lokkalyanmarga this evening, they held the discussion on bilateral relations and mutual interests.

PM Oli shared that they held an important discussion on Nepal’s economic prosperity and development. He further explained that they discussed the agenda on how to advance Nepal’s prosperity and how can te mutual benefits can be gained.

PM Oli said that Nepal and India have seen an expansion of further cordial relations and there is no any inequality and mistrust between them.

The one-on-one meeting between the two Prime Ministers has been taken in an important manner.

Prime Minister noted that Nepal-India relation has reached a new height and expressed that it will gain more in coming days.

Meanwhile, at a dinner meeting hosted by Nepali Embassy here today, Prime Minister Oli also held a discussion with chief and representatives of diplomatic mission looking after Nepal from New Delhi. —

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