Nepal’s PM Sher Bahadur Deuba unveiled a preliminary outline of foreign policy

Prime Minister of Nepal, Sher Bahadur Deuba has unveiled the basic outline of the new government’s foreign policy and international relations.

Speaking on the occasion, Prime Minister Deuba said that good relations with the neighboring countries were the first priority.

Deuba said it was in the national interest of the country to have good relations with both India and China.

Deuba said, “Foreign relations are established on the basis of Nepal’s national interest.” Our neighborhood is the first priority. ‘

According to Prime Minister Deuba, the United States, the European Union, Japan and other development partners are Nepal’s priority countries after the neighbors. “Nepal’s national interest lies in having good relations with all countries, including its neighbors. There are no permanent enemies or friends, only a permanent national interest. ‘

Prime Minister Deuba said that it was not possible to go against the neighboring countries. “Under no circumstances can we go against these friends,” he said, adding that both India and China have cultural ties.

Analysts say the new government’s main challenge is to move forward by building balanced relations with the United States, China and India.

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