Controversial map passed in parliament, now Nepal is asking for corona vaccine … Learn how neighboring country depends on India

Last year, Nepal passed a controversial map in its parliament, which later worsened relations with India. The two countries are confronted with the border, but Nepal is again dependent on India after understanding the reality of China. Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gayawali met Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar on Friday. The two leaders discussed in detail the connection, economy, business, energy, oil and gas, border issue, corona vaccine, tours, and so on. At this meeting Nepal urged India to give the corona vaccine as soon as possible. At the same time, the border dispute demanded an early settlement. Pradeep Kumar Gnanali is accompanied by the Health Secretary of India.

After the meeting, the Foreign Ministry said both sides worked to combat the epidemic. Nepal’s Foreign Minister has praised India’s success in producing vaccines for CovicShield and Covisinin and called for an initial vaccination for their country. Please say that Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Gayawali arrived in India on a three-day visit on Thursday. He will be visiting India from January 14-16.

Nepal is looking at vaccines in India in support of its first phase of immunization program. It will require a dose of 10 million for a population of 20. At the same time, there are plans to buy millions of supplements from foreign suppliers including Serum Institute of India and Bharat Biotech in Nepal. People familiar with the development on condition of anonymity have said the decision on exports will be made after India’s vaccination campaign begins on January 16. After assessing the dosage for domestic production and for the public here, proportions will be given priority to friendly countries. These countries included Nepal.

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Foreign Minister Sgt. In a meeting with Jaishankar, Nepali Foreign Minister Gayawali also raised the issue of border dispute over the past one year. People familiar with the matter said they were asked to solve the problem immediately. While no official statement has been made regarding these debates, Gayawali mentioned the border issue in a speech by the Indian World Affairs Council. The Foreign Minister of Nepal in his speech said that both sides have shown understanding by continuing to participate in the whole despite disagreements on the issue. “We must remember that we do not have to leave this issue in any way as an outstanding issue … otherwise the friendship relationship can be irritating,” he said.

At the same time, Gayawali spoke of the steps to be taken for the initial settlement of the dispute that arose on the 1800km border between Kalapani and Susta. He said it was important to build and build trust for the health and well-being of the relationship. It is in this spirit that we want to start a dialogue to solve the border question. “Finding a solution to this will not only give us international borders but also create positive vibes in the public,” he said. This will increase confidence in the relationship between the two countries.

Let us say that this is the first visit to India by a senior leader of the country after the border dispute that emerged from the controversial new map published by the Nepal government last year. In this disputed map, the Indian Territory of Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulekh are shown as part of Nepal. India has vehemently opposed Nepal’s move and has rejected its claim.