Government comes clear on Nepal-India joint statement



The administration has delivered clarity on the joint explanation issued amid the State visit of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal to India, thinking that a few media have reported the news by misjudging a few focuses.

Issuing an official statement on Monday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs alluding to ‘point no 11’ of the joint proclamation said that the participation between the nations in the universal association including the UN on real worldwide issues of basic concern is the globally settled custom. “Nepal, as before, has been producing joint effort and coordination with different nations, including neighbors India and China, on the issues of regular interest and the issues that influence the less creating nations,” includes the discharge.

Likewise, the matter about Nepal supporting India on its offer to get the changeless enrollment of the UN Security Council is not new. “Indeed ‘point no 6’ of the joint articulation issued amid the third meeting of Nepal-India Joint Commission by then Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pande and Minister for External Affair of India, Sushma Swaraj specified the same issue,” repeated the Ministry.