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Prime Minister Oli's meeting with Pakistani President and Bangladeshi Prime Minister

Baku (Azerbaijan) - Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina met on Saturday at the Baku Congress Center premises. They met during the eighteenth summit of the unrelated campaign.

Foreign Minister Pradip Kumar Gyawali informed that they discussed energy cooperation, proper utilization of transit support, speeding up of trade activities as well as bilateral relations and mutual interest. The two leaders also discussed the process of the recently blocked South Asian Regional Cooperation Organization (SAARC) and the work that Nepal and Bangladesh can do jointly to bring it back on its way.

Similarly, Prime Minister Oli and Pakistani President Arif Alvi met at Baku Congress Center today. During the meeting, they discussed issues of bilateral interest. Foreign Minister Gyawali informed that they discussed the negative impact of climate change in the Hindu Kush Himalayas, the blocking process of SAARC and the current and emerging challenges faced by both countries.

During the meeting, the leaders discussed ways to reduce the differences between SAARC member countries and reactivate them and promote regional peace, said Minister Gyawali. Prime Minister Oli met with the President of Azerbaijan and Ilham Aliyev, Chairman of the 5th Summit on Friday evening at a dinner for the delegation leaders, said Minister Gyawali. Prime Minister Oli thanked President Aliyev for successfully organizing the summit and said Nepal was fully committed to the campaign. He also promised to help Azerbaijan as much as possible in the next three years in the operation of the non-affiliated campaign, Minister Gyawali said.

Foreign Minister Gyawali, Secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs Shankardas Vairagi, Chief Advisor to the Prime Minister, Bishnu Rimal, Foreign Affairs Advisor Dr Rajan Bhattarai were also present during the meeting with the President of Pakistan and the Prime Minister of Bangladesh.

Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Gyawali met with Foreign Minister Mahmud Ali Yusuf of Djibouti. The two countries discussed issues of mutual interest and agreed to cooperate on mutual issues at the UN and international forums.

The meeting was attended by Foreign Ministry Secretary Vairagi and Nepali Resident Representative Amrit Rai for the United Nations and senior officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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