Updated: May 12, 2018 9:19:18 PM
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the Himalayan nation's successful journey from bullets to ballots on Saturday, he said India was ready to be the "Sherpa" to help Nepal reach the peak of success climb. Modi, who completed his two-day visit to the country, also praised the country because he had switched from "Yuddh to Buddh".
Speaking of a civic reception program held in his honor, Modi said, "Nepal has traveled a long journey from Yudd to Buddh, leaving the ball to choose the electoral road, but that's not the goal "You have to go a long way."
He added, "You have reached the base camp of Mount Everest and the main climb is still ongoing, and the way mountaineers are greatly supported by Sherpas to climb the summit similar to India's willingness to work as Sherpa for Nepal. "
Modi emphasizes the special relationships that the two neighbors share, and said he admired Nepal's spirit of resilience and commitment to democracy. He also said that it is important for Nepal to identify its needs and priorities in order to achieve the desired results. "India will stand shoulder to shoulder to help Nepal on its development journey, your success is our success, your luck is India's happiness," he said, adding, "Sabka saath sabka vikas is as important to global wellbeing as for India's growth. "
Modi also praised the Nepalese for their combination of strength to rebuild the country after the 2015 earthquake, which claimed nearly 9,000 lives. He also congratulated them on the constitution, which transformed the political history of the country by joining the federal system. "There is an atmosphere of hope and optimism in Nepal," Modi said, adding that India will always partner with Nepal's progress.
While describing Kathmandu as a mixture of ancient and modern, he said: "There is something unique about the beauty of Kathmandu, it is a special city, it has an important place in the history of the world, Nepal is a country Diversity and Kathmandu is a world apart, and diversity gives every outsider fresh air. "
Modi also expressed his desire to travel to Lumbini, the Buddha's birthplace, on his next visit. "During my previous visits I prayed in Pashupatinath, this time next to Pashupatinath I went to Janakpur and Muktinath, these places illustrate close relationships between our nations," he said, while "Nepal Bhaarat Maitri Amar Rahos (long live the Nepal-India Friendship) "repeated three times at the end of his speech.
Twitter later called Modi's two-day visit to the neighboring country "historic" and described his talks with his counterpart KP Sharma Oli as "productive," saying his trip had given India and Nepal new impetus. "My visit to Nepal was historic, it gave me a great opportunity to connect with the wonderful people of Nepal, conversations with PM Oli were productive, and this visit gave new impetus to relations between India and Nepal the government of Nepal for their warmth, "he tweeted.
My visit to Nepal was historic. It gave me a great opportunity to connect with the wonderful people of Nepal.
Talks with PM Oli were productive. This visit gave new impetus to relations between India and Nepal. Thanks for the people and the Government of Nepal for their warmth. pic.twitter.com/ZLE5TMX4nI
– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 12, 2018
In the meantime, Modi and Oli unanimously declared the dynamics in a joint statement by both countries of the visit, by taking effective measures to ensure the implementation of all the agreements and arrangements reached in the past.
The two Heads of State and Government also voted in favor of the proper implementation of bilateral initiatives in the areas of agriculture, rail links and inland waterways signed during the recent visit of PM Oli in India, would lead to transformative effects in these areas. The two Heads of State reaffirmed their determination to work together to take bilateral relations to a new level, strengthening ongoing cooperation in various fields and building a partnership for socio-economic development based on the principles of equality, mutual trust, respect and respect of mutual benefit. The statement said:
Modi and Oli also stressed the need to convene bilateral mechanisms on a regular basis, including the Mixed Commission Nepal / India at the level of foreign and foreign ministers, to review the overall state of bilateral relations and to monitor the implementation of economic sector projects. and development cooperation. They welcomed the outcome of the recent meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee on Trade, Transit and Cooperation on the control of illicit trade to jointly launch a comprehensive review of the bilateral trade agreement and on changes to the transit agreement and related agreements Nepal to facilitate the Indian market further, to promote bilateral trade as a whole and to facilitate the transit trade of Nepal.
The two heads of state agreed to take further steps to improve the economic and physical accessibility by air, land and land water. They also instructed their officials to extend civil aviation cooperation, including early technical discussions on additional air entrances to Nepal through technical teams.
Modi and Oli agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the energy sector in line with the bilateral power trade agreement. They also instructed their officials to deal with open issues by September 2018, with the aim of promoting cooperation in all areas.
The two Heads of Government underlined the importance of regional and subregional cooperation under BIMSTEC, SAARC and BBIN for meaningful cooperation in specific sectors.
Prime Minister Modi invited Oli to visit India. Oli accepted the invitation; The data will be completed by diplomatic channels.
On Friday, Modi said that the open borders between India and Nepal play an important role in strong bilateral relations. "We will not allow his abuse by anti-social elements," he said.
Modi returned to New Delhi today after being banned by Nepal's Foreign Minister Pradip Gyawali at Tribhuvan International Airport.
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