Kathmandu, August 31. General Manoj Pande, the Chief of the Indian Army Staff, will visit Nepal for five days starting on September 4.
The Indian army chief is arriving at the official invitation of Chief of Army Staff (CoAS), Prabhu Ram Sharma, leading a five-member delegation.
According to the NA Directorate of Public Relations and Information, General Pande will spend his five days in Nepal attending a wreath-laying ceremony at the Monument to the Brave Soldier in Tundikhel and receive a guard of honor presented to him at the NA Headquarters in Bhadrakali. The honor will be presented by President Bhandari.
Furthermore, General Pande’s agenda includes bilateral discussions with CoAS Sharma, a presentation of aid to the NA on behalf of the Indian Army, interactions with Army Command and Staff College students, and a visit to the Mid Command Headquarters.
Additionally, the head of the Indian Army is also scheduled to have a formal meeting with prime minister Deuba and the minister of defense.
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