Nepal-India boundary meeting concludes
Sep 22, 2018-
The fifth meeting of Nepal-India boundary working group (BWG) concluded in Kathmandu on Friday.
Extensive discussions were held during the three-day meeting on various matters relating to ongoing Nepal-India boundary work, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
The BWG is a joint body established by Nepal and India in 2014. It has the mandate to construct, restore and repair of boundary pillars including clearance of No-man’s land and other technical tasks.
The meeting reviewed the outcome of the fourth meeting of BWG held in Dehradun, India in 2017 and observed that the guidelines issued by it were properly followed.
Published: 22-09-2018 07:53