On Wednesday, on the occasion of the visit of Indian Army Chief of Staff General Manoj Mukunda Narwane to Nepal, a Global-5000 aircraft carrying two senior diplomats is expected to arrive in Kathmandu.
“A correspondence to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has been sent by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs advising it to” make appropriate preparation “with” diplomat approval “for the impending Indian diplomatic trip. The aircraft will arrive on Wednesday at 12:45 pm in Kathmandu.
Following a message from the ministry on Tuesday afternoon, CAAN told the Indian embassy of Kathmandu that “diplomatic approval” had been made available and that appropriate preparations had been made in line with the flight plan but did not reveal the explanations for the dual esteemed diplomats’ visits.
Two months earlier, Indian Army Chief of Staff Narwane, who is expected to visit Nepal in November, made a political comment that “Nepal, at the behest of China, has placed Lipulek land on its map.” as per a report, President Vidyadevi Bhandari would meet the Indian diplomat on Wednesday to set the date of his visit with security and diligence.