Kathmandu, Sep 18 (UNI) Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said his five-day India visit was successful in giving a new dimension to the relations between the two countries.
Talking to mediapersons after completing his first political visit after becoming the first Prime Minister of democratic Nepal, Mr Dahal said his visit has established a new relationship, breaking all the traditional relationships.
He said both the nations have agreed to review the 1950 treaty while also reviewing other treaties and looking into the border disputes.
''I am really happy after being told that India will help Nepal in every respect,'' the Prime Minister said, adding that Indian investment too could go up in Nepal.
Mr Prachanda also appreciated the Indian government for providing a relief package of Rs 320 million to the flood victims and a credit of up to Rs 2.4 billion for fuel supply.
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