Nepal’s newly appointed Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Monday thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his congratulatory message and stated he shared views with him on additional strengthening ties between the 2 neighbours throughout a phone dialog.
Modi had congratulated Deuba after the veteran chief gained a vote of confidence in Nepal’s reinstated Home of Representatives on Sunday evening.
On Monday, Modi spoke to Deuba, additionally president of Nepali Congress (NC), and asserted that each leaders will work collectively to additional improve the wide-ranging cooperation between the 2 nations, together with within the struggle towards the.
Deuba tweeted, “I had (a) cordial phone dialog with Prime Minister @narendramodi this afternoon. We shared views on additional strengthening bilateral ties. PM Modi assured early provide of Covid Vaccines to Nepal. I thanked him for his heat phrases of congratulations,”.
Earlier on Monday, Modi had tweeted, “Spoke with Prime Minister @DeubaSherbdr to convey my congratulations and finest needs. We are going to work collectively to additional improve the wide-ranging cooperation between India and Nepal, together with within the struggle towards the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Deuba, appointed Nepal’s PM for a report fifth time, had beforehand served as PM first from 1995 to 1997, and subsequently from 2001 to 2002, 2004 to 2005, and from 2017 to 2018.
“Congratulations Prime Minister @DeubaSherbdr and finest needs for a profitable tenure. I stay up for working with you to additional improve our distinctive partnership in all sectors, and strengthen our deep-rooted people-to-people ties,” Modi had tweeted on Sunday evening.
In response, Deuba posted late Sunday evening, “Thanks very a lot, Prime Minister @narendramodi Ji, in your congratulatory word. I stay up for carefully working with you to strengthen the connection between our two nations and other people,” Deuba tweeted.
In his first international journey after he assumed workplace in June 2017, Deuba visited India in August 2017 and held bilateral talks with Prime Minister Modi. He had earlier paid three visits to India as Prime Minister — in 1996, 2004 and 2005.