Gyawali said that during bilateral talks he would focus on implementing old agreements reached with the Chinese government and discuss enhancing connectivity and constructing a railway line between Nepal and China.
However, there will be no agreements during the visit, said officials. Gyawali is scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with Wang on Wednesday, foreign ministry sources here said.
The Nepal government believes in strengthening bilateral relations with its neighbours, he said.
The government will mobilise its diplomatic mechanisms to introduce Nepal as an inclusive, progressive and democratic country on the global stage, Gyawali said in a statement prior to his departure.
He said the government gives high priority to amicable relations with neighbouring countries.
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