Katmandu, Aug 14 (ANI): Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal on Friday hinted that Nepal and India may reach an agreement on starting some new projects during his visit to India.
Saying that his visit is aimed at strengthening mutual understanding and bilateral ties, he urged everyone not to view his visit with suspicion.
He is schedule to leave for India next week on his maiden visit after becoming the Prime Minister.
Speaking at a programme here, he informed that the he will discuss implementation of past agreements the two countries had signed in his meeting with Indian leaders and said that the main aim of his India visit is to 'build mutual understanding' between both the country.
Coalition partners of the CPN (UML)-led government and the main opposition have already advised him not to sign any big agreements with India that will have far-reaching effects on Nepal-India ties.
They have also asked him to scrap 'unfair treaties' Nepal signed with India, including the 1950 Treaty of Peace and Friendship that allows free movement of people between the two countries, Nepalnews reported. (ANNI)