Mount Everest New height: Mount Everest height Has Changed

Mount Everest New height: Mount Everest height Has Changed

Nepal and China jointly released the revised height of Mount Everest, the world's highest mountain peak, at 8848.86 meters. The government of Nepal had decided to measure the exact height of Everest. The height of Everest has been debated for the past few years and it is believed that the height of the peak has been changed due to the devastating earthquake in 2015 as well as many other reasons.

Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali said that Nepal has measured the height of Everest at 8848.86 meters. The new height is 86 cm higher than the previous measured height. According to measurements made by the Survey of India in 1954, Mount Everest has a height of 8,848 meters.

The height of Mount Everest was measured in 1847 at 8,778 meters. But, now in 2020 the new revised height is revealed due to joint efforts of Nepal and China.

Nepal's Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi announced the official height simultaneously in Kathmandu and Beijing during an event. Foreign Minister Gyawali said on Tuesday, "It is a historic day. The new height of Mount Everest is 8,848.86 meters." Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi also announced a new height soon.

Let me tell you, Nepal had been working at the height of Everest since 2011. According to the Survey Department of Nepal, the exact measurement is in the centers.

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