-  Monday 24 February 2020

China not to alter friendship with Nepal

Wednesday, March 22,2006 
BEIJING: Describing as "successful" the first-ever visit by a top Chinese official to Nepal since King Gyanedra's power grab, China on Tuesday said it will not change their friendly ties irrespective of international or domestic changes and would not interfere in the internal affairs of the Himalayan Kingdom.

"This visit is a successful one," Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang told reporters here about State Councillor Tang Jiaxuan's four-day trip to Nepal last week, the first by a top Chinese dignitory since Gyanendra's 2005 royal coup.

China adamantly adheres to friendly policy towards Nepal, Qin said, repeating remarks Tang had made to the King and other hosts in Kathmandu, adding, "China will never change its friendly policy towards Nepal irrespective of changes both internationally and in our two countries."

Good neighbourly policy and creating an amicable and prosperous neighbourhood is an important part of China's foreign policy which serves the interests of China and Nepal and the two peoples, Tang had said, according to Quin.

Tang, who oversees China's foreign policy matters, made it clear that Nepalese people should choose their own way on the basis of its own conditions and road of development. As a good neighbour, China will adamantly support Nepal's effort to maintain stability, prosperity and territorial integrity, he said.

Qin also said Nepal thanked China for its consistent support for the country's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

For his part, Tang expressed appreciation for the strong support Nepal has given to China on the Taiwan and Tibet and other major issues related to China's sovereign rights and interests.



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