Nepal Communist Party: Nepal Political Crisis: Why did Jinping send his special warlord to Nepal? China disclosed – why did xi jinping send its special envoy guo yechau to kathmandu, china says on political crisis in nepalOn December 28, 2020 by admin
Amid the political turmoil in Nepal, China has broken silence on the sending of its special envoy for the first time. China’s Foreign Ministry refused to recognize President Xi Jinping’s special envoy Guo Yezhou’s visit to Kathmandu as interference in Nepal’s politics. China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that the purpose of his visit is to increase exchanges and cooperation between the Chinese Communist Party (CPC) and Nepal’s political parties.
China said this in political turmoil of Nepal
Zhao Lijian said that we have taken cognizance of the developments in Nepal’s political situation. As a friend and close neighbor, we hope that all sides in Nepal will take into account the national interest and the entire scenario and resolve the internal dispute in a proper manner and try to achieve political stability and national development.
Sino-Nepal long time good neighbor and friend
He said that the CPC promotes the principle of inter-party relations characterized by independence, absolute equality, mutually equal and non-interference. The party will work closely with all political parties in Nepal to promote strategic cooperation partnerships, lasting friendship and benefits for both countries and their people. He also said that China and Nepal have long been good neighbors, friends and partners.
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Protests continue in Nepal against China
On the other hand, protests against China started on the streets of Kathmandu as soon as Jinping’s special envoy reached Nepal. A large number of people took to the streets with placards and posters with slogans against China. The Nepal Police had to fight hard to stop the protesters marching towards the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu. At the same time, many intellectuals of Nepal have also condemned China’s growing interference in domestic politics.
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Chinese delegation met Prachanda, Madhav Nepal
A high-powered Chinese delegation led by the Deputy Minister of the Communist Party of China on Monday tried to resolve the differences between the two rival factions of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) in Nepal with top party leaders Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda and Madhav Nepal Met and discussed the political situation in the country.
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Chinese envoy will also meet Nepali Congress president
Nepali media Kathmandu Post quoted sources as saying that Oli has announced mid-term elections on April 30 and May 10 after dissolving the house, the Chinese delegation is also reviewing whether it is possible to hold an election. Guo, who personally knows all the senior NCP leaders, will also meet the main opposition Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba and Janata Samajwadi Party President Upendra Yadav.
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