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July 2, 2016 06:34 PM NPT
DHADING, July 2: Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae has said no one can spoil Nepal-India relations. He claimed that the relation between the two countries has taken a new course.
Inaugurating a drinking water project in Chame Bhanjyang of Dhading, Rae said, “Nepal-India relations will move forward through the medium of development, no one can spoil such a prosperous relation”.
Rae said that the Eminent Persons' Group (EPG) will start working to enhance the relations between the two nations.
According him, a meeting between the two nations’ EPGs will be held soon.
He added that the Indian government wants to see an economically stronger Nepal.
He also believed that the historic relations between the two nations will move forward through the medium of development agendas.
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