Nepal concern over India-China Trading Post

Nepal concern over India-China Trading Post Nepal government and some party leaders have raised serious concerns over a recent understanding reached between the India and China regarding Nepal, report Anil Giri in the Kathmandu Post on May 27. The report says that according to a joint statement issued on May 15 in Beijing during Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China, the two countries have agreed to expand border trade at Qiangla/Lipu-Lekh Pass, a far western point of Nepal, which Nepal government claims to be a part of its territory. Kathmandu Post quoted the 28th point of the joint communiqué statement that says “the two sides recognized that enhancing border areas cooperation through border trade, pilgrimage by people of the two countries and other e...
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