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Nepal PM's visit to India will boost bilateral relations says, foreign minister
Kathmandu (Nepal), Apr 16 (ANI): Nepal's Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali on Monday said the recent visit of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli to India has helped in strengthening diplomatic relations between the two nations. Gyawali claimed the visit was focused on developing and enhancing bilateral trust, mutual understanding and balance. Gyawali further claimed that both Prime Ministers transparently discussed all issues of mutual interest to both countries. Nepal and India have signed several treaties over time. According to Nepal, many of them need to be upgraded. This visit by Nepal's Prime Minister was focused on the connectivity and to mend the perceived rupture in bilateral ties in the wake of New Delhi initially voicing its reservations about Nepal's constitution being amended.
 
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