Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli is on a 3 day visit to India, and arrived in Delhi yesterday. He had previously said that he’d try to focus on implementing the agreements that had been signed before between the two countries rather than making new ones. Today he was welcomed by the President of India, Ram Nath Govind and the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. He also went to Raj Ghat, to give his respects to Mahatma Gandhi. During the joint press conference, the future of both of the countries lies in expanding the the economic facilities, improving investments.
He stated that India has made a lot of progress in the Agriculture front, and that Nepal could learn from its efficiency.He also added the three things which need more development, as, connectivity, railways and agriculture.
About the relations between the two countries, Oli said, “Nepal has great importance to its relations to India. We have many things to offer each other ranging from economical to commercial. Prosperity is our common goal.”
He said that infrastructure is an important key development for them, “Modi and I noted the ongoing works to understand the overall growth of our bilateral ties and discussed developmental projects. Infrastructure and connective are vital agendas of this visit.”