Nepal PM K.P Oli requests PM Modi to extend full cooperation to Nepal

The Prime Minister of Nepal, KP Oli, with a change in attitude that may lead to political implications, declared the issues with India has been “resolved.”

Nepal Prime Minister K P Oli in an interview with BBC mentions that it isn’t necessary to politicize which neighbour country provides them with vaccines, they thank both their neighbours; India and China. While also mentioning the amount of vaccine received by both the neighbours.

He said in the interview, “Nepal and India enjoy a unique relationship” and how there were misunderstandings between them but the problems and misunderstandings are gone.

“We should not be stuck in the past misunderstandings but move forward looking at the future,” and how they have to “pursue a positive relationship,” was also said by Mr. Oli in the said interview.

By the local media he quoted saying, “Neighbours share both love and problems. Don’t people in Chile and Argentina have problems?”

Nepal is impelling both its neighbours to provide them with vaccinations and mentions that how they have supplied them with the needed vaccinations and medical equipment. “India, China, the US, or the UK, whosoever provides us vaccines. It is not necessary to politicize it and we thank both our neighbours very much. On one hand, China has given us 1.8 million vaccines and on the other, India has given 2.1 million vaccines. We have the help of both. We are also getting medical equipment from both. So thank you both,” added the Prime Minister of Nepal.

“I would like to make a request to PM Modi, in view of these times and our friendly relations, India should extend it’s full cooperation towards Nepal. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t received help from India,” said Mr. Oli.

Adding to which, Oli reshuffled his cabinet over the weekend. He dropped his deputy prime minister, Ishwar Pokharel, and his foreign minister, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali. Oli has now introduced eight ministers and two state ministers from the Mahanta Thakur-Rajendra Mahato faction of the Janata Samajbadi Party.

Mahaseth is the new foreign minister of Nepal.

Whereas he now has three deputy prime ministers; Rajendra Mahato of JSP-N, Raghuvir Mahaseth and Bishnu Prasad Paudel from CPN-UML.

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