During her meeting with visiting Nepalese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Kamal Thapa, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj told him India has gone out of the way to ensure medical supplies to the Himalayan nation and rejected charges of any blockade on part of India.
    
On his part, Thapa briefed Swaraj on the political dialogue with various stakeholders and informed her that the ministerial level dialogue has been upgraded to the top leadership level in his country.
    
The Nepalese minister also expressed concerns over obstructed supplies of essential commodities from India, to which Swaraj told Thapa "that there is no hindrance to supplies from India. But Nepal needs to normalise situation as soon as possible", the MEA Spokesperson said.
    
“Sushma Swaraj reiterates need for urgent political solution to political problems facing Nepal,” External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson said.
    
“She also told Thapa That there is no hindrance to supplies from India. But Nepal needs to normalise situation as soon as possible", the Spokesperson added. During the talks, Swaraj also underlined that India has gone out of the way to ensure medical supplies to Nepal.

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