Sino-Nepal agreements to be implemented soon: Nepal

Kathmandu : CPN (UML) leader and former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has said that the bilateral agreements held with China will be implemented soon.
According to leader Nepal’s secretariat, leader Nepal said so with a high level delegation at a programme titled ‘Promoting Regional Peace: Jointly Building a Community of Shared Future for Mankind,’ organised by First Shanghai Co-Operation Organisation (SCO) People’s Forum Tuesday.
Leader Nepal, also chief of foreign affairs department of the party, had left for China on Saturday night to participate in the programme. He added that the Chinese were found happy with the unification process between two communist parties UML and CPN (Maoist Centre) in Nepal. He also extended invitation to the Chinese leaders to participate in the party unification programme, tentatively agreed for April 22.
Leader Nepal also informed that he held talks with Chinese leaders regarding the Chinese President’s upcoming visit to Nepal.

North West University of China provided honorary professor degree to leader Nepal recognizing his notable contribution to strengthen Sino-Nepal relations.
Leader Nepal also had inaugurated Nepal Studies Centre established at Xi’an University in Shaanxi Province.
According to UML Publicity Department secretary Bishnu Rijal, leader Nepal is returning home on Friday.