New Delhi, April 2
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, who is on a three-day official visit to India, and Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, held a meeting at Hyderabad House here today.
On the occasion, they talked about Nepal-India relations as well as various aspects of bilateral interest and welfare, it has been said.
The duo exchanged their views on ways to further strengthen bilateral ties and advance cooperation in multiple areas for the mutual benefits of the people of both countries.
The meeting between the Prime Ministers of both countries has been taken as an opportunity to further strengthen and deepen the centuries-old friendship and special relation of cooperation between the countries.
It is said that the meeting has become fruitful in the context of multi-area cooperation and partnership promotion.
Earlier to this, Indian Prime Minister Modi had welcomed his Nepali counterpart at Hyderabad House for bilateral talks.