KATHMANDU – Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that Nepal would raise the boundary dispute with India during the upcoming visit of the Minister for Foreign Affairs to India.
Addressing the National Assembly on Sunday, Prime Minister Oli said that Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali will visit India on January 14 and raise the border dispute during a meeting with the India side.
“The Foreign Minister will discuss various issues including Nepal’s release of revised map incorporating Nepai lands,” said Prime Minister Oli.
Prime Minister Oli said that the Foreign Minister’s visit will help in strengthening the bilateral relations. This government wants the friendly ties with India in a real sense, he said.
“I want a friendly relationship with India in true sense and take the relationship to a new high,” he said.
He also expressed his dissatisfaction for past governments for not speaking out against the encroachment of Nepali territory.