New Delhi, Sept 16: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal today said his government remains committed to enhancing the bilateral relations and mutual interest between Nepal and India.
The PM, who is on a four day state visit to India, said that both the countries should seek to profit from their existing civilizations.
During a joint press conference with Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, PM Dahal stressed on need for mutual understanding for economic development. Peace and political stability are imperative factors for development, he said.
PM Dahal said important discussions were held between the delegations of the two countries on Detail Project Report (DPR) on Pancheshwor Multi-purpose Project including the Postal Highway, Power Trade Agreement (PTA), railway service and hydro power projects.
He said the constitution drafted by the Constituent Assembly was in the stages of implementation and shared his belief that high level political visit between the two countries could broaden the relations.
The PM also expressed belief that the visits to Nepal by Indian President and Prime Minister would take place soon.
He said Nepal would seek motivation from India’s economic development and emphasized on the necessity for trade and transit liaison network for economic prosperity. RSS