Pithoragarh, Aug 31 (ANI): India holds a 14-day-long joint-war training session, Surya Kiran-7, with the Nepali Army at Pithoragarh city of Uttarakhand. The main aim of the session was to strengthen relations between the two nations, especially the army, so as to avoid any possible conflicts. Lieutenant General of Gorkha regiment, Pithoragarh, Ashwin Kumar, said the aim of the session was that both nations learn the good acts and tackling methods from each other. The session included training on not only war situations but also on disaster management. The next joint war training session, Surya Kiran-8 will be held in Nepal.