Nepal Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba returned home on Sunday after concluding his maiden visit to India during which he discussed the boundary issues with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and the two leaders agreed to address it through existing mechanisms, dialogue and diplomacy.
The two Prime Ministers on Saturday held extensive talks in New Delhi covering various key facets of close neighbourly ties between the two countries.
Deuba, accompanied by a high-level delegation, arrived in New Delhi on Friday on a three-day visit at the invitation of Prime Minister Modi.
"The bilateral talks and exchange of views were fruitful towards further strengthening cooperative relations between the two countries," Foreign Minister Narayan Khadka, who was also part of the entourage, said while talking to reporters here on Sunday.
Prime Minister Modi said that India is always concerned about Nepal's development and assured New Delhi’s continued assistance to Kathmandu in its prioritised sectors, Khadka added.
"During the talks, the two Prime Ministers also discussed boundary issues and the two leaders agreed to address such issues through existing mechanism and through holding dialogue and diplomacy," he said.