The SAARC summit of 2016 will be wiped out, a senior strategic source in Kathmandu has affirmed to The Hindu. The affirmation from Nepal, the current SAARC Chair, came hours after Bangladesh, Bhutan and Afghanistan took after India’s choice to avoid the November summit to be held in Islamabad.
“There is no doubt of holding the summit if four nations pronounce their unwillingness to partake. As the current SAARC Chair, Nepal has the obligation of looking for an answer for such pre-summit debate however under the present conditions not a lot can be endeavored. We will do the due customs and will proclaim the summit of 2016 ought to be wiped out because of non-interest of part states,” said a Kathmandu-based political source.
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