China appreciates Nepali PM's contribution to bilateral ties

17:44, July 01, 2010      

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China said Thursday it appreciates Nepali Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal's contribution to the development of Sino-Nepali ties.

The remarks were made by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang at a regular news briefing held in Beijing Thursday.

M.K. Nepal announced his resignation Wednesday at a press conference at his official residence in Kathmandu, the Nepali capital. He took office in May 2009.

During his tenure, M.K. Nepal was committed to developing Nepal-China relations, and had made great contributions to the establishment of a long-lasting Sino-Nepali friendship and comprehensive cooperative partnership, said Qin.

Qin reiterated the Chinese government adheres to the principle of not interfering in the internal affairs of other countries.

As a friendly neighbor of Nepal, China sincerely hopes the political forces in Nepal will seek political consensus through dialogue, jointly push forward the hard-won peace process and achieve national stability and economic progress at an early date, Qin said.



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