By Yekraj Pathak, Lhasa (China), Sept 27: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said he had felt that the China visit was more successful than he had expected.
Addressing a programme organized by Nepali Consulate General here in course of his China visit, PM Prachanda, argued that the success of his China visit would be a matter of interest. "I was wondering how the China visit would be as I arrived here directly from the US. But, I felt the visit is highly successful."
He further said that his meeting with the Chinese President Xi Jinping was of much significance. The Chinese President gave an hour to the Nepali delegation during the meeting. "It is not common that Chinese President gave such long time for us during meeting. We've seen him how he provides time to other State chiefs. I feel it is rare moment for Nepali delegation," Prachanda asserted.
The Prime Minister also viewed the meeting would be a milestone in Nepal-China relations. It would yield positive result soon, according to him.
He further reminded that he also met with his Chinese counterpart. It was a significant meeting.
"Agreement was made that the border points closed between Nepal and China since earthquake and Covid-19 would be reopened. It would ease trade and convenience locals," he said, adding that the agreements and MoU's signed between the two countries were for the interest of Nepal.
On the occasion, he also urged Nepal's Consul General, Nawaraj Dhakal, in Lhasa to work effectively and responsibly. (RSS)