On Monday, security personnel from China and Nepal met bilaterally. The Tatopani transit point along the Nepal-China border in the district, border management, the prevention of cross-border crimes, and other current problems were the main topics of discussion during the conference.
According to Deputy Superintendent of Police Ram Kumar Yadav, the District Police Office Sindhupalchowk’s information officer, the meeting covered a variety of topics, including the possibility of regularizing the Tatopani transit point beginning on May 1 as well as measures and strategies for enhancing border security and reducing the risk of COVID-19 infection because of cross-border movement.
According to reports, the meeting emphasized the importance of taking action against COVID-19, fostering bilateral collaboration and cooperation, further strengthening border security mechanisms, combating crime, making plans to increase the number of checkpoints, ensuring quick bilateral communications for security, and fighting crime.
For the Nepali side, the District Administration Office, the Office of Immigration, security organizations, and customs heads were present at the meeting.