Original title: Nigerian Prime Minister promised to implement the Sino Nigerian transport agreement, print media worries will break the Indian Nepal trade monopoly
[observer network comprehensive report] according to media reports, the Prime Minister of Nepal's government, Oliver Ollie, met with Wang Yajun, Vice Minister of the central coalition, in July 29th, and promised to implement a landmark transport and transit agreement with China as soon as possible.
The Indian Press Trust (PTI) on July 30 commented that the move was aimed at reducing Nepal's landlocked country's total dependence on India.
Ollie said on the same day that the transport agreement signed by Nepal and China will soon bear fruit. According to the Nepalese officials, Ollie also said, "as Nepal is a landlocked country, we want to increase our access through this agreement."
PTI reports that the transit transport agreement with China may end the trade monopoly of the India government through the port of Jordi in Calcutta to the inland countries of Nepal, allowing Nepal to choose the use of China's port.
On July 29, Ollie met with a delegation of the Communist Party of China led by Wang Yajun, Vice Minister of the Communist Party of China, in Kathmandu, according to an international online report. Oli said that the government, political parties and people of Nepal look forward to strengthening exchanges and cooperation with China to promote the healthy and stable development of bilateral relations.
Wang Yajun said that the Communist Party of China is willing to continue to deepen inter party relations with the main political parties, including the Communist Party of Nepal, and actively promote cooperation in all fields for the benefit of the two peoples.
According to PTI, during his talks with Wang Yajun, Oli also hoped to invite Chinese leaders to visit Nepal in order to further strengthen bilateral relations.
Vice Minister Wang Yajun said that it is now a good time to expand China Nepal relations. China is tightening up the agreement signed by China and Nepal during prime minister Oliver's visit to China last month. Wang Yajun also stressed the need to coordinate the relations between the two governments and folk relations.
During his visit to Nepal, Wang Yajun also met with the leaders of the main political parties in Nepal, and attended the signing ceremony of Sino-Nepalese non-governmental organizations.
Last month, at the invitation of Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council, Ole opened an official visit to China.
During the visit, the Ministry of transport of China issued a message in June 21st that, on the same day, the Minister of transportation, Li Xiaopeng, and the Minister of infrastructure and transportation of Nepal, Maha Chait, signed two documents of railway cooperation in Beijing, including the Ministry of transport of People's Republic of China and the Ministry of infrastructure and transportation of Nepal. The memorandum of understanding on the development of railway project cooperation and the protocol on the transport of goods by the Ministry of transport and transport of People's Republic of China and the Ministry of transport of Nepal on the road of Nepal to the highway of the Tibet autonomous region of China on the loan of Nepal.
The news said that the signing of the memorandum of cooperation on railway projects marked a substantial step forward in the joint efforts of the Chinese and Nepalese governments to promote the preliminary study of cross-border railways. The signing and implementation of the transport protocol will make up for the shortcomings of the current road transport conditions within the territory of the Nepal, effectively meet the domestic needs of the people's livelihood, and promote trade and personnel exchanges between the two countries.
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