Ganesh Prasad Timilsina, the chairman of the Nepalese National Assembly, met with Zhao Leji, the senior lawmaker in China, on Monday in Beijing. The two sides decided to intensify their legislative collaboration.

According to a news statement from the Nepalese Embassy in Beijing, Timilsina, who is in charge of a nine-person Nepalese delegation, and Zhao discussed issues of common interest during their discussion in the Great Hall of People.
According to the statement, “both sides appreciated the steadily expanding bilateral ties between China and Nepal, based on the values of peaceful coexistence, mutual trust, and mutual understanding.”
The National Legislatures of the two nations’ National Legislatures indicated a commitment from both sides to further expand their legislative collaboration, it was noted.
According to the statement, they discussed the full range of collaboration in the areas of parliamentary friendship, economic growth, and interpersonal relationships.
In the announcement, it was said that “both sides agreed to continue working together to promote economic development in the fields of trade, energy, air connectivity, infrastructure, and power grid.”
The two parties also emphasized the need of enabling the export of Nepalese goods, it was said.
The first direct chartered flight between Chengdu, China, and Pokhara, Nepal, will take off on June 21, which will open the door for further flights, the Chinese side also stated. The Nepalese team paid a visit to Baidu Group, one of the leading Chinese technology firms, before the conference. The significance of building transmission lines as a way to promote infrastructure development was highlighted during a short meeting conducted at the State Grid Corporation, the announcement noted.

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