Kathmandu June 26:
As per Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, Minister for Foreign Affairs- India is not ready for bilateral talks with Nepal to solve the border disputes. He has stressed on the need to take diplomatic initiative since it is the age-old dispute between the two countries about Kalapani, Limpiyadhura and Lipu Lekh region. This dispute has been intensified after India and Nepal published new political maps of the countries.
Speaking in the standing committee meeting of the Nepal Communist Party on Friday, Gyawali said Nepal had unrelenting its efforts for a peaceful solution. However, India is not responding to them positively.
He adds, Nepal is still optimistic that India would be ready for the talks soon. Amid the meeting most of the leaders of the party expressed their views on contemporary political issues. It is reported that the meeting will continue tomorrow, Saturday.