Nepal has unrivalled ties, and we want to strengthen them: PM Modi on his way to Lumbini

PM Narendra Modi said he is looking forward to speaking with Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba again after their productive talks during his visit to India last month . PM Modi said that the India-Nepal links are unmatched, because they are the enduring edifice of our close union .

New Delhi (India), May 15 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his Departure Statement on Sunday that he is looking forward to speaking with Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba again after their productive talks during his visit to India last month and hopes to expand on common understanding in other areas, including in hydropower, development, and connectivity.I am honored to follow millions of Indians in their footsteps and pay reverence to the sacred place where Lord Buddhas birth took place.I am also looking forward to meeting Prime Minister Deuba again after a fruitful meeting during his visit to India last month.We will continue to build on our common goals to strengthen cooperation in many areas, including in hydropower, development, and connectivity, he said.

PM Modi said that the India-Nepal links are unmatched, because they are the enduring edifice of our close union, which he said is made possible by centuries-old relations that have been maintained and recorded in our long history of inter-mingling.Prime Ministers Nepal visit on May 16 will provide a broad agenda to expand cooperation in areas including hydropower and connectivity, according to Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra.