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Ruling party’s virtual meeting with the Chinese Communist Party draws widespread criticism for being ill-timed

Politicians say that such meetings at a time of heightened tensions between India and China will raise questions about Nepal’s commitment to its own non-aligned foreign policy.Ruling party’s virtual meeting with the Chinese Communist Party draws widespread criticism for being ill-timed
Nepal Communist Party chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Deputy Prime Minister Ishwar Pokhrel among the participants of a virtual interaction with Chinese Communist Party leaders, at the NCP head office in Dhumbarahi, Kathmandu, on Friday. Prakash Chandra Timilsena/TKP
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Anil Giri
Published at : June 20, 2020
Updated at : June 20, 2020 07:09
Kathmandu

Anil Giri

Anil Giri is a reporter covering diplomacy, international relations and national politics for The Kathmandu Post. Giri has been working as a journalist for a decade-and-a-half, contributing to numerous national and international media outlets.


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