Cooperation with India doesn’t affect Nepal-China relationship, Nepali Prime Minister says

india_china_2_1KATHMANDU, Sept. 18 (Nepal Foreign Affairs)–Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, on Sunday, said that Nepal’s cooperation with India will not affect its relationship with China.

“Our relationships with China and India have their own unique characteristics. I believe that our cooperation with India doesn’t affect in relation with our another neighbouring country China,” the prime minister told to media persons on Sunday at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu who returned home concluding a state visit to India from September 15-18.

Prime Minister Dahal said that his visit was successful in taking the bilateral relationship between India and Nepal to a greater height.

“All misunderstandings with India have been cleared following my visit to India. I believe that our bilateral relationship has taken to a greater height now,” he said.

Upon his arrival at the at the Tribhuvan International Airport, the prime minister was received by  Parliament Speaker Onsari Gharti, Deputy Prime Ministers Bimalendra Nidhi and Krishna Bahadur Mahara and high-ranking government officials.

Dahal held series of high-level meetings including President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and government ministers during his four-day stay in the Indian Capital where he was honoured as the State Guest of the government of India.

Dahal left for India on Thursday on his first overseas visit after assuming office as the prime minister second time in the country last month.








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