Kathmandu August 12:
Foreign Ministry level meeting is going to be held between Nepal and India to resolve the border dispute. According to Indian media, the talks between the two countries are going to be held in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal on 1st of Bhadra.
In Nepal-India Foreign Ministry level talks, Foreign Secretary of Nepal, Shankar Das Bairagi and Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Vinay Mohan Quatra will participate.
The economic and development agenda will not be included in the foreign ministry level talks between the two countries .The main agenda of this time is ‘Border dispute’. Such talks have been taking place since 2016 to discuss on this regular agenda.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Nepal has not responded on this issue.
However, according to a high-level source in the Ministry of External Affairs, the Indian Ambassador had an informal discussion with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. This meeting has concluded that the consultation is to be held between Nepal and India on the 1st of Bhadra. The agenda is – to resolve the border dispute .
After Nepal unveiled the new political map, there was no communication between the two countries so far.
India is seen dissatisfied after Nepal’s new political map that includes Limbiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulek is made public. India has encroached these territories of Nepal for a long time.