Nepal-India relationship is multidimensional: Envoy
The envoy issued such a statement while inaugurating a two-day international seminar organized to discuss the entire gamut of Nepal-India relations.
On the occasion he called for the maximum harnessing of the water resources as Nepal is an important and prospective place in the entire region for the generation and development of hydroelectricity. He added that Nepal and India have a symbiotic relation in many aspects.
Former Nepali ambassador to India Dr. Bhekh Bahadur Thapa said Nepal and India have enjoyed traditional, cordial and brotherly relations since centuries.
Political science professor Ram Kumar Dahal described the Nepal- India ties as one of survivability.
“As Nepal is an India-locked country, Nepal’s relations with India is a question of survivability or question of life and death in the present context,” he said.
Experts on Nepal-India relations and international relations, former administrators, sociologists and political scientists from both countries are attending the seminar.
Among other issues the seminar is slated to hold discussions on Nepal-India hydro relations and Nepal-India security issues.