Kathmandu: Nepal`s Maoist leaders said they had "very fruitful" talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday and a new chapter had begun in India-Nepal ties.
"A new chapter has begun between India and Nepal," Maoist leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal aka Prachanda told the media after meeting Modi on the final day of his two-day visit to Nepal.
"Our talks were very fruitful and very historic. Modi supports the peace process," Prachanda said.
"Modi is clear that first there should be political stability and then economic cooperation," he added.
Added another Maoist leader, Baburam Bhattarai: "We are really satisfied with the talks."