Kathmandu, Sept 14:Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that his state visit to the southern neighbour India, beginning from tomorrow would be focused on improving mutual trust and confidence with a very good intention.
Delivering his statement of public importance regarding his India visit at the Legislature-Parliament meeting today, the PM expressed his confidence that his visit would be of help in further strengthening the relations existing between the two countries.
PM Dahal is, at an official invitation of his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, embarking on a four-day official visit to there tomorrow.
The PM briefed the House that his visit to India would strengthen mutual trust and added that discussions would be held on developing economic and physical infrastructure projects.
“Talks will be held on immediate launching of the first phase of construction works of the postal highway, the second phase construction and the implementation of Power Trade Agreement (PTA) and Pancheshwor Project’s study report,” he said.
PM Dahal added that immediate construction of the integrated check post at Bhairahawa and Biratnagar would take place along with the resumption of Birgunj check post. The PM informed the House that discussions and deliberations on the subject of concession would be held, cutting down Nepal’s trade deficit and completion of the cross border railway service at the earliest
The problem of flooding at Nepal-India border areas will be broached for serious discussion while an amendment related agreement paper will be exchanged for making the past agreement for using Bishakhapatanam border point suitable for contemporary situation, it is said.
PM Dahal informed the meeting about the programmes of his India visit and about the members to be included in his delegation.
In the previous meetings, lawmakers urged the PM not to sign any deal going against the interests of the nation during his visit to the southern neighbour and to openly speak about the unequal Nepal-India treaties with his counterpart. RSS