Nepal-India border security meeting started in Pokhara today.
The meeting dwelt on controlling cross-border crime, halting weapons smuggling, and stopping drugs and human trafficking.
APF Spokesperson DIG Suraj Kumar Shrestha said the meeting not only shared the experience of working together at the border but also discussed exchange of training programmes between security agencies of the two countries.
The meeting will end in Kathmandu on November 22.
After the conclusion of the first phase of the meeting, the joint team visited many places of Pokhara.
After observing APF’s Training Centre in Kurintar, the joint team will reach Kathmandu tomorrow.