Indian Prime Minister’s Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra held a meeting with Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ during his four-day visit to India. The meeting took place in Delhi on Wednesday, marking Dahal’s first visit to India since assuming office as Prime Minister for the third time.
On the initial day of his visit, Prime Minister Dahal stayed at the Maurya Hotel in New Delhi, where he was warmly welcomed upon arrival at the airport. Following the reception, the Prime Minister proceeded to the hotel, where he was later joined by Foreign Secretary Kwatra and Security Advisor Doval for their scheduled meeting.
Earlier in the day, Minister of State for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi extended a warm welcome to Prime Minister Dahal at the Indira Gandhi International Airport on Wednesday afternoon, highlighting the significance of his visit and the strengthening of bilateral ties between the two countries.
Accompanying Prime Minister Dahal are five ministers, including Foreign Minister NP Saud, emphasizing the importance of the delegation and the comprehensive nature of discussions anticipated during the visit.
The highlight of the visit is the bilateral talks scheduled between Prime Minister Dahal and his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, which will take place on Thursday at Hyderabad House. These discussions hold immense significance as they provide an opportunity for both leaders to engage in constructive dialogue, exchange views on various matters of mutual interest, and further deepen the strong and enduring ties between India and Nepal.
The visit of Prime Minister Dahal to India marks an important milestone in the bilateral relations between the two nations and demonstrates the commitment of both countries to fostering cooperation and understanding. It is expected that this visit will pave the way for enhanced collaboration and cooperation across various sectors, contributing to the overall development and prosperity of the region.