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Border disputes will be resolved diplomatically: PM Deuba


06 November 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister and Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that the border disputes between Nepal and India would be resolved through diplomatic channel and talks.

The NC President said border disputes won’t be resolved from speech rather a meaningful diplomatic initiative was needed.

“Land would not be reclaimed from speech. For this, diplomatic initiatives are required and we are doing so,” the PM said at an election meeting.

Likewise, the PM said that the border issues with China also would be settled through diplomatic means.

Saying that he was informed about every district and Nepali land of the far west, PM Deuba stated that Nepali land would be recovered on the basis of map, border related agreements and facts.

PM Deuba said he was more worried about the geography, development construction and economic prosperity of the Sudurpaschim for being a local resident of this area.

Similarly, PM Deuba said he was working for the entire development of Sudurpaschim Province and added that now efforts are ongoing for economic prosperity.

Publish Date : 06 November 2022 06:37 AM

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