Kathmandu, November 23 Nepal and Indian officials jointly announced on the 23rd that Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Secretary of the Indian Foreign Ministry, will visit Nepal on November 26 for a period of 2 God.
This is also his first visit to Nepal since he took the post of secretary. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal said that the visit is a continuation of the tradition of regular exchange of high-level visits between Nepal and India. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India said that the visit reflected the importance India attaches to Indonesia’s relations.
During the visit, Hash Wadhan Schengra will hold talks with senior officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal on multidisciplinary cooperation between the two countries. In addition, he will also hold meetings with some senior Nepalese officials. Hash Wadhan Schengra will hand over a batch of support materials to the Nepalese government to fight against the COVID-19 epidemic.
Local media reported that since this year, in response to the border territorial dispute between the two countries in Kalapani, LipuLekh and Limiyadhura, Nepal has requested that the passage of historical facts and evidence be passed through The channel of communication to resolve the border dispute.
Since late October this year, Sament Gore, director of the Indian Bureau of Investigation and Analysis, and Manoi Naravani, Chief of Staff of the Indian Army, have visited Nepal one after another.