Kathmandu: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, who is on a visit to India, has requested Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to resolve the border issue between Nepal and India.
In a press conference organized by the two Prime Ministers after the meeting at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, Prime Minister Deuba said that he had urged Modi to resolve the border dispute.
This is the first visit of a Nepali Prime Minister to India since Nepal issued a map covering the Kalapani, Lipulek and Limpiyadhura areas.
Meanwhile, four agreements have been signed between Nepal and India.
After the meeting between Prime Minister Deuba and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, four agreements were signed during the discussions between the delegations of the two countries.
Nepal and India have signed agreements on the International Solar Alliance, technical assistance related to railways, supply of petroleum products and exchange of technical expertise between Nepal Oil Corporation and Indian Oil Corporation.
Similarly, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have jointly inaugurated four projects in Nepal.
They virtually inaugurated the 35-kilometer Janakpur-Jainagar railway service, 90-kilometer Solu Corridor transmission line, 132 health posts reconstructed after the earthquake and RuPay card operation service between Nepal and India.