Diplomacy

Xi meets Nepalese PM in Hangzhou as two countries deepen BRI cooperation

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda of Nepal on Saturday on the sidelines of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou. Xi appreciated the Prime Minister’s commitment to promoting the development of friendly relations between China and Nepal and firm support for cooperation between the two countries in building the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). …

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Prime Minister Dahal arrives in Beijing

Beijing, Sept 24 : Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who is currently on an official visit to the People’s Republic of China, arrived in Beijing today. He arrived here at 11 am local time from Hangzhou where he attended the opening of the 19th Asian Games. The PM is scheduled to address the Nepal-China Business Summit to be held in …

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Fed’s ‘hawkish’ tone hints at profound economic risks

When the US economy is sick, the world has to take medicine: Chinese expert The US Federal Reserve’s decision to keep interest rates unchanged while maintaining a hawkish policy stance hints at profound risks for the US economy more than confidence in a “solid” economy, Chinese economists said on Thursday. The Fed’s inaction despite still high inflation shows limitations of …

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Top diplomat Wang Yi wraps up Russia visit after meeting with Putin

Trip underscores stability, cooperation, independence of China-Russia relations: experts China’s top diplomat’s visit to Russia underscores the stability, sustainability and independence of China-Russia relations, Chinese experts said, after Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Thursday wrapped up his four-day trip to Moscow, during which he met with Russian president and senior officials. Wang, also a member of the Political Bureau …

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PM Dahal, US President Biden meet

Kathmandu, Sept 22 : Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ and US President, Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., had a meeting in New York, America, today. In a brief meeting, they discussed the matters of collaboration in mutual interest between the two countries, said PM Dahal’s Press Advisor, Govinda Acharya. The meeting was held between Prime Minister Dahal, who is in …

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US hijacks UNGA, using Ukraine crisis to serve selfish purpose, attack others

The US President Joe Biden has once again turned the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) into a runway for touting US “leadership.” He has made the Ukraine crisis the spotlight of the gathering to shore up alliance of US-centered small cliques and used the crisis as a weapon to attack other countries at the meeting; whilst also covering up his …

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apan and S.Korea should cherish this hard-won ‘restart’

According to South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China, Japan, and South Korea are set to hold a trilateral high-level meeting in Seoul on September 26. This is widely seen as an important step toward reviving the trilateral cooperation mechanism, which has been on hold for over three years. As the current chair for this year, South Korea has stated …

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Chinese, German media heads meet in Beijing

Representatives agree to maintain exchanges, avoid ‘decoupling’ The 14th Media Forum China-Germany, hosted by the Global Times and China Media Management Inc, was held in Beijing from Tuesday to Wednesday. During the forum, participants from mainstream media of the two countries discussed topics such as how to avoid decoupling and derailing, seeking exchanges when the world is in turbulence, the …

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Annual world security forum to boost connectivity, global governance

Cooperation ‘only choice to effectively tackle challenges’ China is holding the 2023 Conference of Global Public Security Forum from Tuesday to Thursday in Lianyungang, East China’s Jiangsu Province, under the theme of “One World, Common Security.” Amid increasingly intense major power competition and escalating geopolitical conflict, and faced with constant conventional and unconventional security threats as well as the seriously …

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