Agree­ments be­ing up­graded

People's Review - - MEDIAWATCH -

Nepal and India will up­grade some of mu­tual un­der­stand­ings into the sta­tus of treaties dur­ing the visit of Modi to Nepal sched­uled for May 11 and 12. Ac­cord­ing to Kan­tipur daily, the agree­ments that will get the sta­tus of treaties will also in­clude an agree­ment that the two coun­tries signed dur­ing Nepal Prime Min­is­ter KP Sharma Oli's re­cent India visit to con­nect two coun­tries via a rail­way net­work. Mean­while, Naya Pa­trika re­ports that the meet­ing of the Coun­cil of Min­is­ters held on Mon­day evening en­dorsed agen­das of Modi's visit. Min­is­ter for De­fense Ish­war Pokharel, who is the sec­ond in pro­to­col in the Oli led Cab­i­net, will wel­come Modi in Janakpur. The de­ci­sion was made as Modi Cab­i­net's sec­ond in rank; Ra­janath Singh was at the Indira Gandhi In­ter­na­tional Air­port to wel­come Oli dur­ing his New Delhi so­journ.

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