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Nepali Prime Minister Pushpa Kumar Dahal will visit India next week for bilateral talks with Prime Minister Modi

Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kumar Dahal will travel to India next week for talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a bid to strengthen the deep-rooted ties between the two nations.

The visit will “further strengthen the centuries-old, multifaceted and cordial relations between Nepal and India”, the Nepalese Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Saturday.

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This will be Dahal’s first official trip abroad since taking office in December 2022. He has already visited India three times during his previous terms.

Dahal, a 68-year-old former Maoist rebel leader who goes by the name Prachanda, which means “fierce”, will also meet other senior Indian officials, including President Draupadi Murmu.

India’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement: “This visit is in the tradition of regular high-level exchanges between India and Nepal under our ‘neighborhood first’ policy. Bilateral relations between the two countries have been considerably strengthened in recent years in all areas of cooperation.

During his four-day trip beginning May 31, Dahal is expected to visit Ujjain and Indore.

With contributions from agencies

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