Home » HOME » Relations between India and China cannot be compared: Nepal

Relations between India and China cannot be compared: Nepal

Sharing is Important

Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali has said that his country is capable of dealing with internal problems and no external interference in domestic politics is acceptable to him.

ALSO READ: Nepal Prime Minister Oli puts Nepal in another constitutional crisis

After the dissolution of Parliament in Nepal, Pradeep Gwali has said this about the interference of China during political turmoil.

“Pradeep Gyawali, who is on a tour of India, told reporters on Saturday that outside interference in domestic politics has never been accepted. We are able to solve our problems. Being a close neighbor may cause some concerns, but no interference is acceptable. When Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli abruptly dissolved Parliament on 20 December, China sent a delegation to Kathmandu. However, China had to return empty handed in the whole matter.

Also Read: India-Nepal relationship high as Himalayas and as deep as Indian Ocean: CDS Rawat

Gwali said that Nepal has good relations with both India and China and the relationship between the two cannot be compared to each other.

READ:  Transgender folk dancer Manjamma Jogati, Her life and struggle

He said that Nepal has good relations with both India and China and never compares relations with each other. When asked about the efforts being made by China in the name of reducing the political crisis in Nepal, the Nepalese foreign minister said, “We never accept interference in our domestic politics.” We are able to solve our problems. Being a close neighbor (country) may cause some concerns or questions, but we never approve of interference. ‘

Also Read: Nepal man tonsured and forced to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’, anti-Nepal slogans

Giwali refused to speak directly about Prachanda about the recent political crisis in the country.

The foreign minister said, “In democracy, the people have the right to make the final decision about who will rule. I think the dissolution of Parliament is an internal matter. It is not sensible to hold someone responsible. He said, “Prime Minister Oli thought that the time had come to ask for a fresh mandate in line with the universally accepted way of seeking public opinion.”

READ:  China built villages on Bhutanese land near Doklam: Report

You can connect with Ground Report on FacebookTwitter and Whatsapp, and mail us at GReport2018@gmail.com to send us your suggestions and writeups