China's development will benefit Nepal and the world: Nepali Ambassador

Source: Xinhuanet| 2017-11-21 19:44:38|Editor: Jiaxin
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BEIJING, Nov. 21 (Xinhuanet) -- Nepali Ambassador to China Leela Mani Paudyal said Nepal rejoices over China’s development as the fruits of such development will be enjoyed by Nepal and the world at large.

“A more developed China would be more beneficial to us,” the ambassador said in a recent interview with Xinhuanet.

He said China and Nepal had good relationship since ancient times and China has given support and assistance to Nepal to boost its social and economic development over the past years.

“China’s growing capability to help us is a matter of rejoice for us,” he said.

Nepal can definitely benefit from China’s technology, capital, market, investment, and China’s willingness to help, he added.

As for the benefits to the world, the ambassador shed light on China’s Belt and Road Initiative, increasing role in global governance and the report delivered at the just-concluded 19th CPC National Congress.

He hailed the Belt and Road Initiative, saying it is an important platform for Nepal.

Nepal looks forward to strengthening cooperation with China in the areas of infrastructure and people-to-people exchanges through the initiative, he said.

He also highlighted China’s growing influence in the global arena and China’s commitment to building a community of a shared future for mankind with other nations.

China gradually steps onto the stage to take part in global governance, and it has been recognized as a responsible stakeholder, he said.

“We are happy that China is playing a leading role in the world with a clear vision of creating a more balanced and equitable global order,” he said.

China’s inclusive and interacting policies would help address global challenges and make world more pleasant and livable, he added. The ambassador also paid attention to the 19th CPC National Congress.

He said every policy unveiled in the report delivered at the congress has global significance.

The policies include economic development, global governance, international relations, poverty reduction, and anti-corruption fight, he said.

He hoped that China would not only further develop so as to build "a moderately prosperous and harmonious society in all aspects," but also help people in other countries to achieve better life.