KATHMANDU, May 31 (Xinhua) — Nepali Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali on Thursday said the Nepali government has aimed to enhance relations with neighboring countries China and India based on mutual trust.
Gyawali made the remarks here at an event. He said Nepal has been enjoying cordial and friendly relationship with immediate neighbours China and India.
Gyawali said Nepali government’s foreign policy engagements are aimed at promoting national interests in the international arena while remaining committed to fulfilling the country’s international obligations.
The Nepali foreign minister said the Nepali government will continue to develop relationship with all countries around the world based on the principle of “amity with all, and enmity with none.”