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Nepal heading to durable peace, stability: Foreign Minister Gyawali

KATHMANDU: Minister for Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Gyawali, has said Nepal has embarked on the road of durable peace, political stability, and socio-economic transformation.
During a reception organized at the Embassy of Nepal in Beijing on Tuesday, Minister Gyawali said the vision propounded by PM Oli as “Prosperous Nepal, Happy Nepalis” was the vision of a society where people would enjoy decent lives and the young people would have productive jobs.
A press statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Ministry said Foreign Minister Gyawali said at the programme that Nepal was fully confident that it would achieve the cherished goals of creating a peaceful, stable and prosperous society in the foreseeable future. “We greatly value our relations with China and appreciate the continued support to the people of Nepal by China irrespective of major political changes in Nepal and changes in the outside world,” he mentioned.
The Minister shared that he would discuss all aspects of Nepal-China relations, and exchange views on further expanding and deepening them during his visit.
“I will also emphasize the significance of frequent exchanges of high level political visits for further strengthening relations of trust and friendship,” he underscored.
According to him, Chinese investors have been showing keen interest in investing in Nepal, and the number of Chinese tourists visiting Nepal is also increasing rapidly.
These activities have enhanced Nepal-China co-operative relations, and Nepal should keep up the momentum. “In this context, I am happy to note that Nepal-China co-operation has been expanding in multiple directions in recent years and there is great potential to expand it, ” noted Minister Gyawali. RSS

Published Date: Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 | 09:53 PM

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