US Nepal: Nepal’s new Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has held talks with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. During this, many issues including bilateral relations have been discussed between the two leaders.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (US Secretary of State)
US Nepal Relations: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has discussed with Nepal’s new Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba the impact of climate change, cooperation in dealing with the COVID-19 epidemic, and furtherance of bilateral relations between the two countries. . Blinken had a telephone discussion with Deuba on Tuesday. US State Department spokesman Ned Price said they discussed the importance of the US-Nepal partnership, the recent donation of 1.5 million doses of the vaccine to Nepal, and other collaborations.
“Secretary of State Blinken and the prime minister also discussed cooperation in dealing with the impact of climate change,” Price said in a statement. Earlier, Blinken tweeted that he spoke to Prime Minister Deuba and discussed the impact of climate change, increasing cooperation to deal with COVID-19 (Nepal US Bilateral Relations). The Prime Minister of Nepal said that he discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, the COVID-19 epidemic and climate change with Blinken.
Blinken congratulates Deuba on PM post
In Kathmandu, Nepal’s foreign ministry said Prime Minister Deuba had cordial talks with Blinken. The Ministry of External Affairs said, ‘With the bilateral relations and cooperation of the two countries, there was discussion on the help of COVID-19 Vaccines, medical equipment.’ Foreign Minister Blinken congratulated Deuba on becoming prime minister, according to the ministry. Deuba became Prime Minister on 12 July after the intervention of the Supreme Court of Nepal.
Deuba urged to give vaccine
The Ministry of External Affairs said that the Prime Minister commended the US for providing the anti-Covid-19 vaccine and other assistance and urged cooperation in providing suitable vaccines for children and young populations in view of the possibility of a third wave of the epidemic (US Help to Nepal). Nepal wants to get Pfizer and Moderna vaccines from America. Deuba and Blinken also discussed the issue of global warming and climate change and its impact on the economies of environmentally sensitive mountainous countries such as Nepal, it said in a statement.
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