Traffic in transit is subject to the protocol procedure, which is provided for in the schedule and is amended by mutual agreement. Except in cases where the prescribed procedure is not followed, this transit traffic is not subject to avoidable delays or restrictions. In the discussions that led today, among other things, to the signing of the trade agreement between our two governments, it was agreed that the first preferential entry option for Nepalese products, in accordance with Protocol V, paragraph 1, would be made for a period of five years, in reference to Article V of the trade agreement. A further extension of the validity period after the expiry of a five-year period is subject to a new certification of the material composition of the articles by Her Majesty`s Government of the Nepalese Force. This extension is also valid for a period of five years or until the expiry date of the trade agreement, depending on the previous date. Performa`s approval is granted within four months of the Performa submission date to the best of our efforts. Below is an excerpt from the Indo Nepal Treaty of Trade 15 Annexure “A” AGREED ROUTES FOR MUTUAL TRADE 1. Pashupatinagar/Sukhia Pokhari 2. Kakarbhitta/Naxalbari 3.
Bhadrapur/Galgalia 4. Biratnagar/Jogbani 5. Setobandha/Bhimnagar 6. Rajbiraj/Kunauli 7. Janakpur/Jayanagar 8. Jaleswar/Bhitamore (Sursand) 9. Malangawa/Sonabarsa 10. Gaur/Bairgania 11. Birgunj/Raxaul 12. Bhairahawa/Nautanwa 13. Taulihawa/Khunwa 14.
Krishnanagar/Barhni 15. Koilabas/Jarwa 16. Nepalgunj/Nepalgunj 17. Rajapur/Katerniyaghat 18. Prithvipur/Sati (Kailali) /Tikonia 19. Dhangadhi/Gauriphanta 20. Mahendranagar/Banbasa 21. Mahakali/Jhulaghat (Pithoragarh) 22. Dharchula 23 Maheshpur/Thutibari (Nawalparasi) 24.International airports connected by direct flights between Nepal and India (Katmandou/Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkatta and Chennai) 25. Sikta Bhiswabazar 26.
Laukha Thadi 27. Guleria/Murtia 16 Annexure “B” ILLUSTRATIVE LIST OF INSUFFICIENT WORKING OR PROCESSING is considered insufficient to lend origin or manufacturing or manufacturing in Nepal; to an article, whether or not the position changes at the four-digit level, of the system of description and codification of harmonized goods, different from that in which all third-country materials used in manufacturing are classified: – a) measures to ensure the preservation of objects in good condition during transport and storage (for example.B. Ventilation, dusting, drawing, cooling, salting, sulphur dioxide or other watery solutions, removal of damaged parts; b) activities that sort, classify, classify, matching (including making kits), washing, painting, cutting; (c) changes to the packaging, breakage and assembly of shipments; (d) cut, cut, cut, recondition, put in bottles or bottles or crates or other containers, attach them to cards or boards, etc., as well as any other packaging or reconditioning; (e) the placement of marks, labels or other marks on objects or their packaging; (f) mixing products of different types when one or more components of the mixture do not meet the conditions set out in paragraph 1, paragraph b), the Article V protocol of the Treaty, so that they can be considered manufactured or manufactured or manufactured in Nepal; (g) assembling parts of an article as a complete article; 5 p.m.) A combination of two or more operations shown above under a) to g).