Kathmandu: Foreign Minister Pradip Kumar Gyawali has left for New Delhi, India. Minister Gyawali left for India today at the formal invitation of his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar.
He will attend the meeting of the Nepal-India Joint Foreign Ministerial Commission. The meeting will last for three days.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the meeting of the Joint Commission will discuss Nepal-India bilateral relations as well as trade, energy, border, transit, COVID-19 cooperation, infrastructure, connectivity, investment, agriculture and tourism.
During his visit to India, Foreign Minister Gyawali is also expected to hold high-level political talks. The visiting team of the minister will also include officials including foreign secretary and health secretary.
Minister Gyawali will return home on Saturday.