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LATIN AMERICA-Changes in the OAS

he said that there would be no world peace as long as intervention in the internal matters of other countries was not given up. By the time the King returned from his Australian tour, however, the scene on the Indian subcontinent had once again changed. The Mukti Fauj in Bangla Desh gave a new dimension to Nepal's bargaining position in the world, because of its access to China, Yahya's men still controlled the Dacca route beyond Radhikapur. Kathmandu thus found it worthwhile to revert to its original stand over Radhikapur and ask for the two separate treaties on trade and transit. Before the King could voice the change to L P Singh, the newly appointed Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Moscow invited the King, who saw in it a golden opportunity to start bargaining afresh and form firmer ground for the originally proposed trade and transit treaties with India.

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