Review of the 3rd Belt and Road Forum (Photo Feature)
KATHMANDU:Madhav Kumar Nepal, Chairman of the CPN (Unified Socialist) Party, who has been in China since Tuesday at the invitation of the Chinese Communist Party (CPC), addressed a meeting and experience exchange program of South and South Asian parties in Kunming.
Nepal, Chairman of the CPN (Unified Socialist) Party, spoke at the 'Sharing the Achievements of the BRI' program.
In the 'Sharing the Achievements of the BRI' program, representatives from 119 Asian parties, including Chairman Nepal, have arrived in Kunming. In addition to the United Socialist Party, delegates from Nepal's Congress and RPP are attending the conference.
A meeting with high-level Chinese Communist Party leaders was also held during the visit. The Chinese Communist Party hosted an international symposium on "Political Parties and Agricultural Cooperation" in Kunming on Thursday. Chairman Nepal, who is also a former Prime Minister, spoke at the conference.
A Nepalese team, led by Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister Narayankaji Shrestha, attended the third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BFR). The Chinese Communist Party held a conference review program in Kunming.
Over 300 representatives from South and South East Asia, including Nepal, have arrived in Kunming to take part in the program.
The team of CPN (Unified Socialist) Chairman Madhav Nepal will return to Kathmandu on November 14 CPN-UML General Secretary Shankar Pokharel, Maoist Center Vice President Agni Sapkota, and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda had already visited China.
Meanwhile, China's Yunnan Province has declared a donation of $50,000 USD to earthquake victims in Jajarkot and Rukum. During an official meeting with Nepal's visiting team, Wang Ning, secretary of the Chinese Communist Party in Yunnan province, announced the cooperation.
As a good neighbor, Secretary Wang Ning stated at the time that they are prepared to assist Nepal in the event of a natural disaster.
He also stated that they are willing to exchange agricultural knowledge and abilities developed in Yunnan province with Nepal.