KATHMANDU–Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Krishna Bahadur Mahara, has expressed his confidence that the bilateral relations would be strengthened through cultural exchanges.
Speaking in a program organized by the Chinese Embassy here Sunday, DPM Mahara shared that the Sino-Nepal relations have been bolstered with the establishment of Nepal-China Cultural and Education Council.
DPM Mahara hoped the educational exhibition organized on the occasion of Chinese New Year would help strengthen people-to-people ties and tourism entrepreneurship in Nepal.
DPM Mahara added that the high level visit of both countries has been boosting bilateral relations for long.
He also shared that the reconstruction projects jointly begun during Chinese Vice-Premier Wang Yang’s four-day official visit to Kathmandu last month would be expedited.
In another note, DPM Mahara expected that the China’s mega project Belt and Road Initiatives would help in infrastructural development and railway connectivity in Nepal. RSS