The 3rd India-Nepal Coordination meeting will be held in New Delhi today. Our correspondent reports that a seven-member delegation from Nepal, headed by Inspector General of Nepal Armed Police Force Shailendra Khanal will take part in the three-day meeting.
During the meeting, several important matters like security scenario along the border, coordination meetings at field level, sharing of information about crimes and criminals, training of armed police personnel and mutual visits by officers of two countries will be discussed. Yesterday, the Nepalese delegation was called on the Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba in New Delhi.
Mr Gauba said India and Nepal relationship derives strength from shared history, trade, economic partnership, cultural ties and close and intense people-to-people contact. He also appreciated excellent cooperation between security forces of two countries and stressed upon improved coordination through joint patrolling, common training of armed forces officers and regular border meetings.
Inspector General of Nepal Armed Police Force, Shailendra Khanal emphasised the need for periodic coordination meetings and common training courses for armed police officers of two countries