Kathmandu, January 21
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has extended an invitation to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi to visit Nepal at an appropriate time soon.
As the two leaders met via video conferencing on Tuesday morning, Oli invited Modi to Nepal saying the visit would give the two governments an opportunity to review the achievements made in the relations between the two countries while moving ahead.
He stressed that the two neighbours resolve all issues through dialogues.
In response, Modi said he accepted the invitation and he would consider it while preparing plans for this year.
Meanwhile, the two leaders jointly inaugurated the integrated checkpost recently built at Biratnagar customs point with the Indian assistance. On the occasion, India also handed over 50,000 houses of the 2015 earthquake survivors, reconstructed by it, to the government of Nepal.
Published on January 21st, Tuesday, 2020 12:29 PM