A phone conversation between Prime Minister Deuba and his Indian counterpart Modi took place on the second day of the vote of confidence.
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi have had a telephone conversation.
According to Deuba’s secretariat, talks were held between Prime Minister Deuba and Modi on Monday afternoon.
In a phone conversation, Modi had told Prime Minister Deuba that he would be vaccinated against Covid-19. Similarly, Prime Minister Deuba also mentioned that he had a phone conversation with his counterpart Modi through social media.
“I had a phone conversation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi this afternoon,” Deuba wrote on Twitter. Prime Minister Modi assured to give covid vaccine to Nepal soon.
I had cordial telephone conversation with Prime Minister @narendramodi this afternoon. We shared views on further strengthening bilateral ties. PM Modi assured early supply of Covid Vaccines to Nepal. I thanked him for his warm words of congratulations.
— Sher Bahadur Deuba (@DeubaSherbdr) July 19, 2021
Earlier, India had not sent a high-level congratulatory message to Deuba even after he was appointed prime minister. However, talks were held on Saturday after the prime minister received a vote of confidence on Sunday.