Kathmandu, July 30 : China has said that it will support the new government in Nepal and fully assist the country in its development endeavours.
The gesture was conveyed yesterday by Chinese Ambassador Wu Chuntai to Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist Centre (CPN-MC) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who is poised to be the Prime Minister of Nepal.
In a statement issued by Dahal's secretariat, it said that during a meeting, Wu told Dahal that Beijing will extend all possible cooperation for a stable, prosperous and stable Nepal, reports the Kathmandu Post.
Dahal reciprocating the gesture, told the Chinese envoy that that the pacts and agreements signed with China by K.P.
Sharma Oli, who is the current caretaker Prime Minister would be implemented even as the government changes.
Apprising the Chinese envoy of recent political development in the country, Dahal told Wu that he would look forward to the cooperation from Beijing during his tenure as Prime Minister.