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April 10, 2020

Nepali and Indian PMs discuss ways to curb COVID-19

Kathmandu: Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and the Indian counterpart Narendra Modi have discussed ways to curb the COVID-19 in Nepal and India respectively.

The two counterparts on Friday held telephonic conversations and exchanged their new measures to contain the global Coronavirus pandemic.

This was made public after Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in a tweet said both the Prime Ministers discussed the ways such as mutual cooperation, and precautionary measures to be adopted on how to battle against the frightening situation created by the contagion in the region.

The two peers also discussed the issues related to facilitating the citizens of both the countries stranded on the border points to allow them to reach homes during the lockdown period.

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