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PM Dahal visiting Mount Kailash, Mansarovar today


28 September 2023  

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LHASA: Prime Minister (PM) Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, who is presently on an official visit to China since September 23, is scheduled to visit Mount Kailash and Manasarovar Lake today.

He arrived in Lhasa, Tibet on Wednesday.

Prime Minister Dahal will depart from Lhasa to Mount Kailash from Gonggar Airport on a Tibet Airlines flight.

He will be accompanied by members of his entourage during his pilgrimage to these sites.

During his stay in Lhasa, Prime Minister Dahal engaged in various bilateral meetings and inspection visits as part of his official trip to the northern neighbor.

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Prime Minister Dahal held talks with Secretary of the CPC Xizang Autonomous Regional Committee, Tibet, Wang Junzheng, in Khasa.

On the occasion, Prime Minister Dahal said his China visit has been very exciting, adding it has made a significant contribution to take Nepal-China relations to a new height under the leadership of Wang as the Chinese government has given responsibility of in-charge of Nepal-China relations to Wang.

He also stated that the government of Nepal was ready to collaborate in every sector for the bilateral interests between Nepal and China.

Publish Date : 28 September 2023 07:01 AM

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