India Boosts Collaborative Efforts with Nepal

India Boosts Collaborative Efforts with Nepal

In a significant move towards strengthening bilateral ties, Indian Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar joined his Nepalese counterpart, NP Saud, at the grand inauguration ceremony of several crucial projects in Nepal.

The inauguration ceremony included the unveiling of the Tribhuvan University Central Library, marking a milestone in educational infrastructure. Additionally, 25 schools, 32 health facilities, and initiatives in the culture sector were inaugurated, showcasing a comprehensive approach to development.

These collaborative efforts are a concrete manifestation of the commitments made by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi towards supporting Nepal's post-earthquake reconstruction. The projects aim to contribute significantly to the enhancement of education, healthcare, and cultural development in the region.

Dr. S. Jaishankar took to Twitter to express his enthusiasm, sharing, "Joined my colleague FM @NPSaudnc at the inauguration of Tribhuvan University Central Library, 25 schools, 32 health facilities, and culture sector project. Concrete delivery of the commitments made by PM @narendramodi on Nepal’s post-earthquake reconstruction."

The joint inauguration ceremony signifies a commitment to shared prosperity and mutual growth between India and Nepal, reflecting the enduring friendship between the two nations.

India In Nepal Dr. S. Jaishankar Narayan Prakash Saud