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Nepal: Can discuss boundary through existing mechanism

Nepal: Can discuss boundary through existing mechanism

Nepal has clarified that it is prepared to address the boundary issues through existing mechanism, dialogue and diplomacy. - File photo



Tribune News Service

New Delhi, April 4

Nepal has clarified that it is prepared to address the boundary issues through existing mechanism, dialogue and diplomacy.

“During the talks, the two Prime Ministers also discussed boundary issues and the two leaders agreed to address such issues through existing mechanisms and through holding dialogue and diplomacy,” Foreign Minister Narayan Khadka, who was also part of the entourage, said while talking to reporters here on Sunday.

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