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Nepal Parliamentary Committee Explores Mumbai’s Wankhade Cricket Stadium
Committee on International Relations and Tourism Visits Cricket Hub
The Nepal Parliamentary Committee on International Relations and Tourism embarked on a visit to Mumbai’s renowned Wankhade Cricket Stadium on Sunday. The Indian Embassy shared the event on social media, highlighting the committee’s engagement with the iconic cricket venue.
India’s Commitment to Cricket Growth in Nepal
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar, during his visit to Nepal last month, emphasized India’s commitment to fostering the growth of cricket in Nepal. The recent visit of the Nepal Parliamentary Committee to the Wankhade Cricket Stadium aligns with the shared passion for cricket between the two nations.
Interactive Sessions and Support for T20 World Cup
During his visit, Minister Jaishankar engaged with the Nepal National Cricket Team and the Cricket Association of Nepal. Congratulating them on qualifying for the T20 World Cup, he assured them of India’s support in their preparations. The interaction underscored the commitment to the development and expansion of cricket in Nepal.
Delightful Collaboration and Unique Friendship
The visit to Wankhade Cricket Stadium and the broader discussions on cricket further strengthen the unique and delightful collaboration between India and Nepal. Minister Jaishankar reiterated that the India-Nepal friendship is indeed unique and that the partnership is continuously evolving and gaining strength.
Agreements and Joint Commission Meeting
EAM Jaishankar’s visit to Nepal resulted in the signing of four agreements between the two nations. These agreements were formalized during the joint commission meeting co-chaired by Minister Jaishankar and his Nepalese counterpart, Narayan Prakash Saud. The multifaceted engagements highlight the comprehensive nature of India-Nepal relations, extending beyond diplomatic and cultural ties to shared interests like cricket.