KATHMANDU – Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali is leaving for New Delhi for his three-day trip to India.
He is visiting India to participate in the 6th meeting of Nepal-India Joint Commission going to be held in New Delhi.
During his three-day visit, he will hold discussions on bringing Covid vaccine to Nepal as well as border disputes with India, according to Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) sources.
He is scheduled to return to Kathmandu on Saturday. During his visit, he will also hold political meetings with senior Indian leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Foreign Secretary, Health Secretary and Nepal’s ambassador to India, among other senior officials are also accompanying Foreign Minister Gyawali to his India visit.