Nepal PM Oli sought help from Bangladesh
Nepal PM Oli sought help from Bangladesh

Nepal has recently requested help from Bangladesh. In fact, Nepal's Prime Minister Oli had called Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday. During this, on the phone, he requested her to give urea. In fact, Oli has asked the Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina to provide 50,000 tonnes of urea fertilizer at the earliest. According to the information received, there has been a shortage of urea in Nepal at this time, farmers are upset due to this. In view of the problems of the farmers, Nepal's Prime Minister Oli has taken this step.

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Indeed, due to the lockdown after Coronavirus, the supply of urea from India has also been disrupted, due to which this decision has now been taken. Yes, the Prime Minister of Nepal KP Oli tweeted and gave information about the conversation with the Prime Minister of Bangladesh. He wrote in his tweet, 'He had a positive conversation with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on many aspects of Nepal-Bangladesh relations. She showed a positive stance on my request for an ergot supply.' Apart from this, Oli also said that 'During the telephonic conversation, there was also a need to increase cooperation between the two countries on trade, energy and trade routes.'

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Let us tell you that Bangladesh helped Nepal in dealing with the Corona epidemic. During this time, Bangladesh has also supplied 5000 vials of Remdesvir and other essential medicines and medical goods to Nepal. At the same time, Oli has praised Bangladesh for producing a surplus of grain. Indeed, while stating his government's efforts in agricultural production, Oli said that 'Nepal will also benefit from the success story of Bangladesh in agriculture.'

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