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NEPALESE PRIME MINISTER PUSPA KAMAL DAHAL 鈥楶RACHANDA鈥 VISITS BFSU
Author : ISAO  |   Publish Time : 2017-04-07  |   Hits : 2467

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On March 26, Nepalese Prime Minister Puspa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ paid a visit to BFSU and delivered a speech on “Nepal-China Relations: Prospects in Growth and Prosperity”. President Peng Long made a welcome speech and Vice President Yan Guohua chaired the meeting. Prime Minister Puspa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ and President Peng jointly unveiled the plaque for the BFSU Center for Nepalese Studies before the speeches.

 

According to the Prime Minister, China’s remarkable economic growth and market and technological development have made it a major driver for Nepalese economic development, particularly in the field of trade and infrastructure. Nepal has rich hydropower and tourist resources which offer great potential for future cooperation between the two countries. Energy security and technical transfer are also areas for broader cooperation. The Belt and Road Initiative proposed by President Xi Jinping brings not only benefits to China and its neighboring countries including Nepal, but also opportunities for further cooperation between the two countries.

 

The Prime Minister welcomed the establishment of the BFSU Center for Nepalese Studies. According to him, Nepal and China has enjoyed a long history of friendship as well as stable and sound development of bilateral relations. Now a growing number of Nepalese students choose to study in China and many Chinese students are studying in Nepal. With closer academic exchanges, the two countries will benefit from the contribution of this hardworking and innovative young generation. The Prime Minister also expressed his personal commitment to push forward academic exchanges and cooperation between Nepalese universities and BFSU.

 

The BFSU Center for Nepalese Studies is designed as a leading institution in China dedicated to Nepalese studies and Nepali language learning by pooling domestic and foreign resources. It will also serve as a platform for academic cooperation and exchanges for related research in  and outside China.