Nepal's Foreign Minister Pradeep says, "India-China dispute will have a wide impact"

Aug 01 2020 04:31 PM
Nepal's Foreign Minister Pradeep says,

Kathmandu: Nepal Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has said about the incident of conflict in Galwan Valley that the relations between India and China will definitely have an impact on the region. Describing five years as important for India-China partnership since 2014, he said that this partnership grew deeper after the Wuhan summit, but there is tension in both countries after the Galwan Valley incident.

The Foreign Minister of Nepal has said on Friday that both countries are trying to reduce tensions, but there are challenges. He said that the rise of China and the rise of India's aspiration, how they connect and how they end their tension? It will definitely affect the future of Asia and the region. Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has said that Nepal is part of BRI with China and also wants India to invest here.

He said that we want both countries to invest in Nepal, both countries should benefit from this. He also discussed the coronavirus epidemic and said that the epidemic should not be politicized. No ethnicity should be blamed for this. He further said that once again the relevance of multilateral cooperation has been proved.

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