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DPM Shrestha urges Chinese to invest in Nepal's infrastructure

Returning home today wrapping up his week-long China visit


 |  Kathmandu

DPM and Foreign Minister Narayan Kaji Shrestha (left) held a meeting with Mr. Yuan Jiajun, a Member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Secretary of the CPC Chongqing Municipal Committee on March 27, 2024. (Photo: Foreign Ministry)

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Narayan Kaji Shrestha requested the Chinese investors to invest in Nepal's infrastructures saying that Nepal has huge potential for hydropower, agriculture, and infrastructure.

Foreign Minister Shrestha, who is currently on an official visit to China, encouraged Sichuan businesspersons to invest in Nepal during a meeting he had with Sichuan Provincial Governor Huang Qiang on Sunday.

He shared with them about the positive developments in legal, structural, and procedural fronts in Nepal, which he argued would be favorable for investment in Nepal. Nepal wholeheartedly welcomes foreign investment in its development.

Minister Shrestha asked for the huge participation of Chinese investors in the third investment summit Nepal was going to hold soon. He reminded that the exchange of high-level visits between Nepal and China had strengthened bilateral relations.

DPM Shrestha reiterated Nepal's one-China policy. Minister Shrestha is returning home today wrapping up his week-long China visit. (RSS)


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