FM PANDEY BRIEFS MODI ON ITINERARY

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Kathmandu, Aug. 3: Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey has officially informed the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the itinerary of his official visit to Nepal. The Indian PM arrived here this morning on a two-day official visit to Nepal.Foreign Minister Pandey paid a courtesy call on the visiting Indian PM and apprised in detail of his itinerary today at Hotel Hyatt here where the Indian PM is staying. Minister-in-Waiting and Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal was also present on the occasion. Acting Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Shankar Das Bairagi and Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae and high-ranking officials of both the countries were present on the occasion. At the beginning, Prime Minister of India expressed his condolences at the natural disaster caused by the landslide over the Bhotekoshi River in Nepal; and the Hon. Minister for Foreign Affairs expressed condolences over the loss of lives and properties by the landslide in Pune, India. PM Koirala is scheduled to hold talks with his Indian counterpart at his office at Singha Durbar this afternoon which was followed by bilateral talks between the delegations of both countries. Kathmandu, Aug. 3: Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Bahadur Pandey has officially informed the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the itinerary of his official visit to Nepal. The Indian PM arrived here this morning on a two-day official visit to Nepal.Foreign Minister Pandey paid a courtesy call on the visiting Indian PM and apprised in detail of his itinerary today at Hotel Hyatt here where the Indian PM is staying. Minister-in-Waiting and Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal was also present on the occasion. Acting Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Shankar Das Bairagi and Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae and high-ranking officials of both the countries were present on the occasion. At the beginning, Prime Minister of India expressed his condolences at the natural disaster caused by the landslide over the Bhotekoshi River in Nepal; and the Hon. Minister for Foreign Affairs expressed condolences over the loss of lives and properties by the landslide in Pune, India. PM Koirala is scheduled to hold talks with his Indian counterpart at his office at Singha Durbar this afternoon which was followed by bilateral talks between the delegations of both countries.

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