PM speaks to Shri KP Oli; congratulates him on being elected as the PM of Nepal

Published By : Admin | October 11, 2015 | 18:27 IST
PM Modi spoke to Shri KP Oli, the Prime Minister of Nepal.
PM Modi congratulated KP Oli on being elected as the Prime Minister of Nepal. 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited Shri KP Oli to visit India.

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has spoken to Shri KP Oli and congratulated him on being elected as the Prime Minister of Nepal.

During their conversation, Prime Minister invited Shri KP Oli to visit India.

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