Interview

Law-making work of parliamentarians overshadowed: MP Tamang

Kathmandu, Sept 17 : People’s representatives who should focus on lawmaking are being criticized by the public at large for running around looking for budgets for petty development projects in their respective constituencies. Although eight years have passed since the promulgation of the new Constitution, some important laws directly related to the implementation of federalism have not yet been formulated. …

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Lawmaker Nepali calls for prioritising parliamentary roles, responsibilities

Kathmandu, Sept 13 : Lawmaker Anisha Nepali, representing the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) in the House of Representatives, firmly believes that the House should serve as the platform for amplifying the people’s voices and for enacting legislation. Though the 29-year-old lawmaker is relatively new to the parliament, it seems that she is well aware of the roles and responsibilities of …

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GSI, GDI and other initiatives proposed by Xi based on equality, mutual respect for seeking joint solutions to common problems: Grenadian Foreign Minister

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with Foreign Minister of Grenada Joseph Andall in Beijing on Wednesday. The Chinese diplomat said China highly appreciates Grenada’s adherence to the one-China principle, and supports Grenada in exploring a development path suited to its national conditions. China and Grenada signed the Memorandum of Understanding on joint construction of the Belt and Road Initiative …

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China’s wisdom, energy, win-win mindset appreciated by Indonesian people, creates model for global cooperation: Chinese Ambassador to Indonesia

Engine of success The Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway (HSR), a landmark project under the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is undergoing intensive joint commissioning and testing, paving the way for commercial operations scheduled to begin soon this year. Chinese Premier Li Qiang aboard a bullet train during a trial run on Wednesday during his official trip to the ASEAN summit …

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Accusations of ‘debt trap,’ ‘neocolonialism’ have no market in Kenya

Over the last decade, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has yield fruitful achievements and greatly enriched China-Africa relations. As this year marks the 10th anniversary of the proposal of BRI, Global Times reporters Liu Xin and Xing Xiaojing (GT) interviewed Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Zhou Pingjian (Zhou) and Chinese Ambassador to Madagascar Guo Xiaomei (Guo), to learn about their …

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BRI is win-win proposition, different from Western obsession with conspiracy theories: Ambassador Jean Louis Robinson

As one of the earliest African countries to sign an agreement on the Belt and Road Initiative, Madagascar has achieved notable results in forming a closer economic partnership with China. In an exclusive interview with the Global Times, the Ambassador of Madagascar to China Jean Louis Robinson shares his understanding regarding the Belt and Road Initiative, refuting the Western media’s …

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Raimondo visit ‘matching expectations,’ removing punitive tariffs will help bilateral ties: US scholar

US’ limiting restrictions against China, removing punitive tariffs will help bilateral ties: scholar US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo concluded her 4-day visit to China on Wednesday. During meetings with senior Chinese officials, they agreed on steps to ease trade tensions, and announced the creation of a new communication mechanism to discuss export controls and other trade issues. Raimondo is the …

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China will continue to support Afghanistan as it transitions from chaos to stability: Chargé d’Affaires of Chinese Embassy in Afghanistan

A friend in need On August 30, 2021, with celebratory fireworks lighting up the Kabul night sky, the US completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan, ending its 20-year presence in the country after its October 2001 invasion. Afghanistan has had two years to explore its own path for development. How has the Afghan interim government performed in solving the problems in …

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China, ASEAN gain greatly from each other as neighbors, friends, and partners: ASEAN Secretary-General

Common Development Relations between China and the ASEAN have continued to improve since the establishment of ASEAN-China Dialogue Relations in 1991. Over the last 30 years, the China-ASEAN relationship has achieved remarkable development and brought about tangible benefits for more than 2 billion people in 11 countries. China and the ASEAN have pursued the right path of long-standing good-neighborliness and …

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China is a developing country in rapid transition

Further boosting ties with other developing countries helps China counter the US’ containment: Pakistani expert While China’s status as a large developing country has enjoyed profound factual support and is widely recognized by the international community, the US has never relented its moves of trying to deprive China of its developing country status, aiming to contain and crack down on …

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