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CPC delegation meets Nepali PM

February 17, 2009 2009-02-15
Xinhua is the official press agency of the Communist Party of China and
the government of People’s Republic of China.

KATHMANDU, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- A delegation of the Communist Party of
China (CPC) on Sunday met Nepali Prime Minister Prachanda at the
latter's official residence in Nepali capital Kathmandu.

Prime Minister and Chairman of the Unified Communist Party of Nepal
(Maoist) Prachanda has committed that all types of anti-China activities
taking place on Nepal's soil would be controlled.

Reiterating one-China policy Nepal has adopted since many years ago, he
said Nepal's land had never been used against China in the past and nor
this will happen in future.

Liu Hongcai, deputy head of the International Department of the CPC
Central Committee and chief of the delegation, said China was grateful
for Nepal's precious and persistent support and cooperation in Tibet,
Taiwan and human rights issues.

China believes the Nepali government will stick to its rightful stand,
and effectively prevent any anti-China activities in Nepal,Liu said.

Prachanda also said that Nepali government and political parties are
devoted to bringing the ongoing peace process to a logical end through
negotiation, dialogue and cooperation.

Liu said, as Nepal's sound friend and good neighbor, China wishes Nepal
to be stable and peaceful, achieving prosperity and development at an
early date.

Both sides discussed on the traditional friendly relations and expressed
the willingness to consolidate and develop the existing friendship so as
to benefit both the peoples.

Liu Hongcai, as a representative of the CPC, came to Nepal to attend the
eighth congress of the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified
Marxist-Leninist) at the invitation of the latter.

The delegation kicked off the tour to three South Asian nations-- Nepal,
Bangladesh and Pakistan on Saturday. Liu and his delegation will also
pay goodwill visits to Bangladesh and Pakistan at the invitation of
Bangladesh Awami League and Pakistan People's Party.
Editor: Du
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