January 19, 2022

India Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla Returns From Nepal With Great Diplomatic Success – Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla is returning from Nepal with great diplomatic success


Shashidhar Pathak, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Fri, 27 Nov 2020 10:55 PM IST

Harshvardhan Shringla (File Photo)
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Indian Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla is returning to India from Nepal with great diplomatic success. It is expected that by a few months ago, the relationship with Nepal, which gave a bitter signal to India, will start to get back on track. It is said that under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla have taken this roadmap forward rapidly during the last few months. Now its result is coming.

Initiative with Nepal in 2020
Earlier on 15 March 2020, there was a discussion between Prime Minister Modi and PM KP Sharma Oli during the discussions of the summit leaders of SAARC countries. On March 20, the issue of Kovid-19 transition was discussed between the foreign ministers of the two countries. On 10 April, Prime Minister Modi and PM Oli spoke on the phone. On 15 August, Prime Minister Oli called Prime Minister Modi and wished for the 74th Independence Day. On 04-6 November, Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Narwane was on a visit to Nepal and returned with good honors in the traditional manner. The head of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has also returned from a trip to Nepal.

Spike in May-June 2020
In the month of May-June, the tussle between India and Nepal suddenly increased considerably. Nepal had started raising strong objections to the border dispute over the inauguration of the road leading to the Nepal border by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. The issue of Limpiyudhara, Kalapani also arose and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s lyrics had created a stir in the diplomatic corridor. Even in Nepal between former Prime Minister Pushp Kumar Dahal alias Prachanda and Prime Minister Oli, a tense situation had arisen over the situation. In view of the jatis, BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP, Subramanian Swamy, who has a good hold on the issue related to all areas including abroad, had raised the question of reviewing foreign policy by tweeting to the Central Government. Former Foreign Secretary Shashank had also expressed deep concern in talks with Amar Ujala regarding the relationship with Nepal.

Kovid-19 has a tough time, the Foreign Secretary did not expect much visit to the Ministry
The Foreign Secretary was to reach Nepal on 26 November. A few days ago, the Ministry of External Affairs had little hope. If sources were to be believed, there was not much line-up. In such a situation, there was a possibility that Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla would be able to hold talks with his counterpart and some officials there including Nepal’s Foreign Secretary. At the center of the discussion may be some issues, including the Kovid-19 transition and measures regarding it, cooperation. People were not very fond of meeting Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.

57-year-old Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla is an expert on diplomacy. Shringla, who succeeded former Foreign Secretary Vijay Keshav Gokhale on 29 January 2020, was earlier India’s ambassador to the US. It is said that while being ambassador to the US, Shringla not only helped in creating better coordination and road map with President Donald Trump administration, but was successful in giving new height to Indo-US relations.

Even after becoming the Foreign Secretary, the regional and international are working to keep pace with all the challenges. It is a coincidence that after the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inducted former Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar into the Council of Ministers as Foreign Minister. In the corridor of diplomacy, it is believed that it has gained a lot of force in making foreign policy effective.

Shringla is returning with great success in a suitcase
Shringla has described Nepal as India’s most important friend and development partner. He has promised to make it available to Nepal on priority basis as soon as the vaccine of Kovid-19 comes. In an interaction with the Shringla counterpart who reached Nepal on the invitation of Nepal Foreign Secretary Bharat Raj Paudiyal, he has agreed to work on the border fencing soon.

He spoke on various important issues ranging from the border in Nepal. Most importantly, Nepal paid full respect to the Indian Foreign Secretary. She also met Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, President Vidya Devi Bhandari. He gave the inauguration of a Buddhist monastery in Nepal. Overall, to say that he is returning to India with good news of increasing coordination, harmony and harmony between India and Nepal. It is considered a great success.

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  • Relations will be formed from neighboring country
  • Kovid-19 gets more than expected honors even during its tough times

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Indian Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla is returning to India from Nepal with great diplomatic success. It is expected that by a few months ago, the relationship with Nepal, which gave a bitter signal to India, will start to get back on track. It is said that under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Shringla have taken this roadmap forward rapidly during the last few months. Now its result is coming.

Initiative with Nepal in 2020

Earlier on 15 March 2020, there was a discussion between Prime Minister Modi and PM KP Sharma Oli during the discussions of the summit leaders of SAARC countries. On March 20, the issue of Kovid-19 transition was discussed between the foreign ministers of the two countries. On 10 April, Prime Minister Modi and PM Oli spoke on the phone. On 15 August, Prime Minister Oli called Prime Minister Modi and wished for the 74th Independence Day. On 04-6 November, Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Narwane was on a visit to Nepal and returned with good honors in the traditional manner. The head of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has also returned from a trip to Nepal.

Spike in May-June 2020

In the month of May-June, the tussle between India and Nepal suddenly increased considerably. Nepal had started raising strong objections to the border dispute over the inauguration of the road leading to the Nepal border by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. The issue of Limpiyudhara, Kalapani also arose and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s lyrics had created a stir in the diplomatic corridor. Even in Nepal between former Prime Minister Pushp Kumar Dahal alias Prachanda and Prime Minister Oli, a tense situation had arisen over the situation. In view of the jatis, BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP, Subramanian Swamy, who has a good hold on the issue related to all areas including abroad, had raised the question of reviewing foreign policy by tweeting to the Central Government. Former Foreign Secretary Shashank had also expressed deep concern in talks with Amar Ujala regarding the relationship with Nepal.

Kovid-19 has a tough time, the Foreign Secretary did not expect much visit to the Ministry
The Foreign Secretary was to reach Nepal on 26 November. A few days ago, the Ministry of External Affairs had little hope. If sources were to be believed, there was not much line-up. In such a situation, there was a possibility that Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla would be able to hold talks with his counterpart and some officials there including Nepal’s Foreign Secretary. At the center of the discussion may be some issues, including the Kovid-19 transition and measures regarding it, cooperation. People were not very fond of meeting Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.

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