China Vice Minister meets with top party leaders

KATHMANDU: Communist Party of China, International Department Vice Minister Guo Yezhou has said that the Chinese government is committed to cooperate with the to be unified communist party of Nepal.

Yezhou met Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, CPN Maoist Centre Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba separately and congratulated the leaders on the successful conclusion of the three tiers of election.

Meanwhile, during the meeting held between the Chinese Minister and CPN Maoist Centre (CPN MC) Pushpa Kamal Dahal in the latter's residence in Khumaltar on Sunday morning, the two discussed latest political developments and mutual cooperation between China and Nepal.

In the meeting, Minister Yezhou also inquired about the seven points deal finalised for the unification of CPN-UML and CPN MC.

CPN MC Chair Dahal said that the two parties have reached at the decision to integrate the parties for political stability, development, and prosperity of the nation, adding that it will have an overreaching impact in Nepali history. Dahal further said that the unification, which started with the aim of economic development of the nation, will move forward toward the creation of socialism that will be suited to the Nepali political scenario.

During the meeting, the vice-minister also welcomed the integration of the two parties and said that this unification will work for the political stability and development of the country.

He further said that China will fully support the newly unified party, it is committed to the earlier agreements made with Nepali government, and will continue to work for the sustainability, prosperity and development of Nepal.

On the occasion, Minister Yezhou handed over the book ‘The Governance of China-2’ written by Chinese President Xi Jinping to CPN MC Chair Dahal.