Nepal and India in row over road to Hindu holy site in Tibet

  • India
  • Sunday, 10 May 2020

NEW DELHI/BEIJING/KATHMANDU: Nepal has asked India "to refrain from carrying out any activity inside its territory" after expressing regret over New Delhi's inauguration of a link road in the disputed territory at a strategic three-way junction with Tibet, China.

"This unilateral act runs against the understanding reached between the two countries including at the level of prime ministers that a solution to boundary issues would be sought through negotiation,” Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Saturday.

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India , China , Nepal , Tibet Holy Site , Route War


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