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Indian foreign minister Swaraj arriving today

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KATHMANDU, July 24: Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is arriving in Kathmandu on a three-day official visit to Nepal on Friday evening.
Minister Swaraj, who is arriving here to co-chair a meeting of the Joint Commission scheduled for Saturday, is arriving in Kathmandu at the invitation of her Nepali counterpart, Mahendra Bahadur Pandey. Swaraj will be accompanied by Indian Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh, Economic Relations Secretary Sujata Mehta and senior officials from the Indian External Affairs Ministry and Indian embassy in Kathmandu.

Foreign Minister Pandey said the Joint Commission meeting will dwell on various issues of mutual concern and take up additional confidence building measures to further strengthen ties been Nepal and India. “The meeting will aim at maintaining harmonious relations, strengthening our bilateral ties and creating a situation where we can trust each other,” he said. The Joint Commission will pave the way for the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Nepal on August 3. [More]

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