Nepal Premier's special envoy Krishna Bahadur Mahara (L) delivers documents to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, China, 16 August 2016. REUTERS/Wu Hong/Pool

Nepal Premier's special envoy Krishna Bahadur Mahara (L) delivers documents to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, China, 16 August 2016. REUTERS/Wu Hong/Pool

KATHMANDU: The Prime Minister of Nepal's special envoy and his deputy, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, met Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Wi and other officials in Beijing on Tuesday.

Deputy Prime Miniser Mahara, who looks after the Ministry of Finance, embarked on a special mission to China yesterday.

The meeting was held at the China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing this morning.

Join-Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jhabindra Prasad Aryal, and other officials from Embassy of Nepal in Beijing accompanied Mahara during the meeting.

 

Nepal prime minister's special envoy Krishna Bahadur Mahara speaks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Photo: Wu Hong/Pool Photo via AP
Nepal prime minister's special envoy Krishna Bahadur Mahara speaks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Photo: Wu Hong/Pool Photo via AP

The Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led coalition government on August 11 had decided to send special envoys to China and India to brief their governments about its priorities amid political changes in Nepal.

Deputy Prime Minister Bimalendra Nidhi is scheduled to visit India as the Prime Minister's special envoy.

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