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'Nepal wants to become dynamic bridge between India, China'

Press Trust of India  |  Kathmandu 

Pitching as a "dynamic bridge" between and China, Prime Minister Prachanda floated a proposal for a trilateral strategic partnership during a meeting with Indian counterpart Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping, a media report here said today.

Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' during the trilateral meeting held on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit yesterday expressed Nepal's desire to act as a "dynamic bridge" between the two Asian giants and to reap the benefit of playing such a role, The Himalayan Times reported along with a photo of the meeting.



Prachanda "floated a proposal for trilateral strategic partnership among the three countries", which Modi and Xi acknowledged as 'significant' and said they were positive towards it, the report said, citing a statement issued by his secretariat on the Prime Minister's personal website.

The Nepalese premier, who reached to attend the BRICS-BIMSTEC Outreach Summit yesterday, first held a one-on- one meeting with Chinese President Xi which lasted for around 20 minutes and later Modi joined them. The leaders discussed issues of common interests, Prachanda's personal secretary Prakash Dahal, who is also his son, was quoted as saying.

According to the statement, Prachanda said during the meeting that "we (Nepal) are located between two giant countries. We want to become a dynamic bridge between the two countries and reap the benefit".

"During the meeting, I put forth the issue of strategic partnership with emphasis," Dahal said, adding that "the Indian Prime Minister and Chinese President said Nepal's proposal on strategic partnership is significant and they agreed to it".

Noting that Buddha, Pashupatinath and Janaki connected Nepal, and China, Prachanda was quoted as saying that can play a role of a bridge between and and help them build good relationship at present also.

He further said was inching towards the goals of development and wanted to establish a balanced, friendly and strategic relationship with both the neighbours, the report said.

The Nepalese also expressed his hope that the trilateral meeting could play a significant role in setting up an "epochal relationship" between Nepal, and China, it said.

In response, Chinese President Xi was quoted as saying that the size of the country did not bear much significance and could become a bridge between and China.

He also praised Nepal's role in keeping an equidistant relationship with and while expressing belief that the relations between the three countries would strengthen in the future.

Noting that the three countries shared "geographical, emotional and cultural friendship, Indian Prime Minister Modi said was positive towards Nepal's proposal on trilateral partnership," the report said.

Prachanda's spouse Sita Dahal was also present at the meeting.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' during the trilateral meeting held on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit yesterday expressed Nepal's desire to act as a "dynamic bridge" between the two Asian giants and to reap the benefit of playing such a role, The Himalayan Times reported along with a photo of the meeting.

Prachanda "floated a proposal for trilateral strategic partnership among the three countries", which Modi and Xi acknowledged as 'significant' and said they were positive towards it, the report said, citing a statement issued by his secretariat on the Prime Minister's personal website.

The Nepalese premier, who reached to attend the BRICS-BIMSTEC Outreach Summit yesterday, first held a one-on- one meeting with Chinese President Xi which lasted for around 20 minutes and later Modi joined them. The leaders discussed issues of common interests, Prachanda's personal secretary Prakash Dahal, who is also his son, was quoted as saying.

According to the statement, Prachanda said during the meeting that "we (Nepal) are located between two giant countries. We want to become a dynamic bridge between the two countries and reap the benefit".

"During the meeting, I put forth the issue of strategic partnership with emphasis," Dahal said, adding that "the Indian Prime Minister and Chinese President said Nepal's proposal on strategic partnership is significant and they agreed to it".

Noting that Buddha, Pashupatinath and Janaki connected Nepal, and China, Prachanda was quoted as saying that can play a role of a bridge between and and help them build good relationship at present also.

He further said was inching towards the goals of development and wanted to establish a balanced, friendly and strategic relationship with both the neighbours, the report said.

The Nepalese also expressed his hope that the trilateral meeting could play a significant role in setting up an "epochal relationship" between Nepal, and China, it said.

In response, Chinese President Xi was quoted as saying that the size of the country did not bear much significance and could become a bridge between and China.

He also praised Nepal's role in keeping an equidistant relationship with and while expressing belief that the relations between the three countries would strengthen in the future.

Noting that the three countries shared "geographical, emotional and cultural friendship, Indian Prime Minister Modi said was positive towards Nepal's proposal on trilateral partnership," the report said.

Prachanda's spouse Sita Dahal was also present at the meeting.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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'Nepal wants to become dynamic bridge between India, China'

Pitching as a "dynamic bridge" between and China, Prime Minister Prachanda floated a proposal for a trilateral strategic partnership during a meeting with Indian counterpart Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping, a media report here said today.

Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' during the trilateral meeting held on the sidelines of the BRICS Summit yesterday expressed Nepal's desire to act as a "dynamic bridge" between the two Asian giants and to reap the benefit of playing such a role, The Himalayan Times reported along with a photo of the meeting.

Prachanda "floated a proposal for trilateral strategic partnership among the three countries", which Modi and Xi acknowledged as 'significant' and said they were positive towards it, the report said, citing a statement issued by his secretariat on the Prime Minister's personal website.

The Nepalese premier, who reached to attend the BRICS-BIMSTEC Outreach Summit yesterday, first held a one-on- one meeting with Chinese President Xi which lasted for around 20 minutes and later Modi joined them. The leaders discussed issues of common interests, Prachanda's personal secretary Prakash Dahal, who is also his son, was quoted as saying.

According to the statement, Prachanda said during the meeting that "we (Nepal) are located between two giant countries. We want to become a dynamic bridge between the two countries and reap the benefit".

"During the meeting, I put forth the issue of strategic partnership with emphasis," Dahal said, adding that "the Indian Prime Minister and Chinese President said Nepal's proposal on strategic partnership is significant and they agreed to it".

Noting that Buddha, Pashupatinath and Janaki connected Nepal, and China, Prachanda was quoted as saying that can play a role of a bridge between and and help them build good relationship at present also.

He further said was inching towards the goals of development and wanted to establish a balanced, friendly and strategic relationship with both the neighbours, the report said.

The Nepalese also expressed his hope that the trilateral meeting could play a significant role in setting up an "epochal relationship" between Nepal, and China, it said.

In response, Chinese President Xi was quoted as saying that the size of the country did not bear much significance and could become a bridge between and China.

He also praised Nepal's role in keeping an equidistant relationship with and while expressing belief that the relations between the three countries would strengthen in the future.

Noting that the three countries shared "geographical, emotional and cultural friendship, Indian Prime Minister Modi said was positive towards Nepal's proposal on trilateral partnership," the report said.

Prachanda's spouse Sita Dahal was also present at the meeting.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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