Nepal endorses India’s non-permanent membership to UN Security Council

China ‘s roleupset

It is good, if Nepal is supporting India due to India’s diplomatic efforts; but as long as the communist government exists in Nepal, it is risky to trust them. 

 Geneva – Nepal supported India’s non-permanent membership of the UN Security Council, after which the Chinese Ambassador to Nepal met the Prime Minister of Nepal K P Sharma Oli and expressed his displeasure over the incident. (Nehru had helped China gain the UN Security Council seat, but today China is trying to prevent India from gaining membership. This is how much China hates India! – Editor)

Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradip Gyawali India’s Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar
  1. Nepal Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali was in India on a three-day visit. He met Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and discussed many important issues.
  2. Gyawali said that Nepal will not accept any interference in their political matters. Nepal is capable of solving its internal problems. Both India and Nepal are capable of resolving the border dispute and are trying to do so. (It is necessary to act in the way the communist government of Nepal understands, instead of wasting time discussing the border dispute – Editor)