Nepalese officials praise China’s heroism in WWII, role in world peace


KATHMANDU, Sept. 3 (Xinhua) — Nepalese officials and experts have highly praised China’s role in world peace amid the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Chinese People’s War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War.

Terming the celebration as a glorious moment to commemorate China’s contribution in defeating the invaders in World War II, the officials of neighboring Nepal have congratulated Chinese government and people for the landmark victory.

“This V-day recalls the liberation of Chinese people from aggression, cruelty and inhuman behavior. It refers to a pride history and provides a message of peace,” former chief secretary of Nepal government Leela Mani Paudel told Xinhua.

Nepalese officials appreciated that China has always respected the national independence of neighboring countries including Nepal.

Paudel said, “China has been encouraging developing and under- developed countries to move ahead in the path of development and prosperity, which is totally praise-worthy.”

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of China-Nepal diplomatic ties. As the nearest neighbor, China has been assisting Nepal in its every development endeavors since very beginning.

“V-day commemoration is a very special occasion to show the achievement of China, after being freed from colonial legacy and reaching a significant economic height. They have every reason to be proud after achieving the miraculous development,” Rajeshwar Acharya, Former Ambassador of Nepal to China said.

Nepalese media have also commended the celebration marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II

A senior Nepalese journalist Prem Kumari Pant told Xinhua, “The day is a landmark in China’s history. It gives a message that peaceful development is possible ending conflict in the world.”

The photos of the military parade were also highly shared and talked about by Nepalese people in social media.

 

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