One country’s rise should not be seen as a threat to others: Nepal

Iterating that the rise of Asia is unstoppable, Nepal’s Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said here on Thursday that “one country’s rise should not be seen as a threat to others”.

Delivering a Ministerial Address at the fourth edition of Raisina Dialogue, organized jointly by the Ministry of External Affairs and Observer Research Foundation, Mr. Gyawali said the rise of China as well as India would benefit all the nations in the region as well as the world.

Claiming that Nepal has no ill-feeling against any country, Mr. Gyawali said his country is following an independent foreign policy. “Our people are peace-loving and we are not part of any military alliance,” he added.   Read More

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