Despite the deteriorating relations, Nepal cannot give up its imaginary claim India News

Despite the deteriorating relations, Nepal cannot give up its imaginary claim  India News
New Delhi: In a hint that Nepal Not to be outdone by the fictional controversy, despite its new engagement with India, its foreign ministry has listed the publication of its new map as a key part of Nepal’s foreign policy this year. This comes ahead of External Affairs Minister Pradeep Giawali’s visit to India this month.
In its 2019-20 report on foreign affairs, Nepal’s foreign ministry justified the decision to issue new administrative and political maps, saying it was a result of India’s representation of its own political maps, as it claimed. Is the Kalapani of Nepal, Limpiyadhura and the Lipulekh region in it.
Commenting on the report, Giawali said he was confident that the border issue would be resolved soon through constructive dialogue and on the basis of “historic treaty, evidence and facts”.
Giawali will arrive in India later this month for the sixth joint commission meeting, which he will co-chair with his counterpart. S. Jaishankar. During his recent visit KathmanduThe invitation was extended by Foreign Secretary Harsh Sringala Jaishankar To Gyawali
While Sringala’s visit saw the two countries acknowledge that it was important to respect each other’s sensitivities and focus on the positive aspects of bilateral relations, Nepal has continued to press India for a speedy settlement of the Kalapani and Susta border disputes. .
The report reiterated that the demarcation work of Nepal-India has been completed in all parts except the Susta and North-West sectors and Nepal has insisted on completing the rest of the demarcation work as soon as possible.
According to the report, Nepal said that according to Article 5 of the Sugauli Treaty, the territories east of the Kali River belonged to Nepal. “Nepal requested India to revise the map and offered to hold two rounds of talks at the Foreign Secretary level to complete the pending demarcation work,” it said. ‘
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