Chinese ambassador to Nepal Wu Chuntai said that Nepal is an important friend of China and will benefit from China's development. He said that China is ready to share its experiences with Nepal.
Addressing a book released program, Chinese Ambassador Wu said China and Nepal has a long and centuries old bilateral relations. “China wants to see Nepal as economic prosperous, sovereign and independent nation. China will continue to provide all necessary support to Nepal,” said ambassador Chuntai.
He said that China's new leadership which has been in office for the six months has already started making its sincere effort in several domains of governance. He also said that Nepal China relations have great prospect to develop under the new leadership of China. He also said that Nepal China relations have great prospect to develop under the new leadership of China.
Published by China Study Center, the book was jointly released by Chinese ambassador Wu, former vice chancellor of Tribhuwan University Prof. Dr. Madhab Sharma, Professor Dr. Kedar Bhakta Mathema and vice chancellor of Lumbini University Prof. Tri Ratna Manandhar.
On the occasion Madan Regmi, Chairman of China Study Center shed light on Nepal-China relations in historical and contemporary perspective and stressed on the need for helpful attitude to speedy and smooth implementation of Chinese projects without letting any room for hazards which have been apparent in some instances in recent days.
Prof. Dr. Mohan Lohani, the program coordinator and the chief editor of the book, highlighted the objectives of China Study Center and expressed happiness at being able to bring out a book on China's new leadership. He added that its policies will have direct bearing on Nepal-China relations for a long time to come. He hoped that the book will be a good reference book for all scholars.
Former Vice-Chancellors Prof. Kedar Bhakta Mathema and Prof. Dr. Madhav Sharma dwelt upon the friendly Nepal-China relations and, while appreciating the continuous Chinese development cooperation to Nepal, hoped that Nepal will be able to benefit from China's development. Prof. Dr. Surendra K. C. and Prof. Dr. Ram Kumar Dahal presented critical reviews of the book.
Sundar Nath Bhattarai, Vice-Chairman of the China Study Center, who was presiding over second session of the program of ' Interaction on Nepal -China Relations', in his opening remark said that the policy of the new Chinese leadership and the theme of 'Chinese Dream' as expounded by President Xi Jinping envisages a strong, prosperous, egalitarian and corruption free China and, in the external domain, China capable of piloting a harmonious, mutually cooperative and prosperous world order.
Dr. Upendra Gautam, General Secretary of China Study Center, in his vote of thanks, explained the objectives of China Study Center, which is principally to disseminate information about China to Nepalese people and the publication of this book is one of the many important examples of the works of China Study Center and said that the Center will continue in all its earnestness to adhere to its goals and objectives.