After the Prime Minister’s visit to India, two ministers will go to China to gather more support for BRI
After Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda’s visit to India, two ministers representing United Socialists in the government are preparing to go to China at the invitation of China.
According to sources in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock Development, Dr. Beduram Bhusal, and the Minister of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Prakash Jwala, are preparing to go to China at the invitation of the Chinese government. Necessary preparations are being made for both of them to visit China within the month of Jestha BS.
Agriculture Minister Dr. Bhusal has been invited to visit China to provide China’s support in various agricultural projects announced earlier. After the Prime Minister’s visit to India, preparations have been started for the minister to go to China within the month of Jestha BS.
Similarly, China has also invited Physical Planning Minister Prakash to further discuss the upgrading of the road to Rasuwagadhi. It is said that during the visit, there will be a discussion about providing more support to Nepal under China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and new areas of material support will be discovered during the visit.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will inform about the official visit of Minister Bhusal and Prakash in a few days.