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Foreign Affairs Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawalilast week addressed the Raisina Dialogue 2019 hosted by the Ministry of External Affairs of India and the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi, India.
Minister Gyawali said that the government had set a development vision with the slogan of ‘Prosperous Nepal, Happy Nepalis’. He further said that the government was committed to working in such a speed that would enable Nepal to make up the two lost decades.
Stating that Nepal had a lot of potentials for its development and prosperity, Minister Gyawali added that the Nepali government would accomplish the goals of development and prosperity by utilising the available resources and technology.
The Minister stated that Nepal entered into a new phase of growth, development and prosperity following the promulgation of the new constitution and holding of the three-tier elections.
“We are aware that we cannot reach the destination of prosperity single-handedly. We must seek support from our development partners from around the world, including our rising neighbours,” he said.
Nepal’s relations with India were comprehensive and multifaceted with long and robust economic partnership, said the Minister, adding that the two close neighbours were connected by geography, history, religions and culture, he said
“Our enhanced engagements at different levels, in particular in recent times, have contributed to taking the bilateral relations to a newer height,” Gyawali said.
Gyawali addresses Raisina Dialogue in Delhi
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