KATHMANDU, Feb. 1 (Xinhua) — Nepalese parliamentarians has urged the government to implement bilateral agreements signed in March last year.
The ruling and opposition parties’ lawmakers made such remarks during a meeting with Foreign Minister Prakash Sharan Mahat convened by the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee on Tuesday.
“The incumbent government should work toward implementation of the historical deals reached with the Chinese government in March last year. What we have seen is that the government is just expressing commitments to implement the China-Nepal bilateral deals but not going into their implementation,” said Shyam Shrestha, a parliament member from ruling CPN (Maoist Center).
Nepal and China had signed landmark agreements in the field of commerce, transit, connectivity and trade in March last year taking their bilateral ties to a new height.
Minister Mahat expressed commitments to implement the bilateral deals reached between China and Nepal in March last year. “We honor and implement these bilateral agreements with China,” he said.