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China welcomes "important progress" in Nepalese peace

(Xinhua)

08:45, April 19, 2012

BEIJING, April 18 (Xinhua) -- China on Wednesday welcomed the integration of former Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (UCPN-M) combatants into Nepal's Army, calling it an "important progress" in Nepal's peace process.

"As a friendly neighbor, China sincerely hopes that all political forces in Nepal will continue seeking political consensus through dialogue to bring the nation's peace process and drafting of the new constitution to a successful, timely conclusion and realize political stability and economic development in the nation," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin said at a regular news briefing.

"China attaches importance to its friendship and cooperation with Nepal and supports its efforts for independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity as well as for peace, stability and prosperity," Liu said, adding that the Chinese side will, as always, provide aid as far as it can for Nepal to promote economic and social development in the country.

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