Kathmandu, September 8: The delegation-level talks taking place between Nepal and China on September 9 will be centered on economic and development partnership.
The delegation level talks will be led by the foreign ministers of both countries.
Talking to journalist regarding the official visit of Chinese Foreign Affairs Minister, Wang Yi, to Nepal, and the bilateral delegation-level talks, Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said all matters of bilateral interest and concern besides Nepal-China relations would be discussed during the bilateral talks.
Minister Gayali further said the treaties and agreements reached between the two countries in the past and the China-supported projects in Nepal would be reviewed.
The Foreign Affairs Minister also stated that talks would center on the understanding reached for forming the Trans-Himalayan Multi-dimensional Connectivity Network between China and Nepal, construction of railway and mutual contacts as well as on transport and transit agreements among other topics.
Stating that Nepal wants to bet benefit from the physical and economic development achieved by the reliable partner China, Minister Gyawali informed that discussions on various matters of bilateral interest, regional and international concerns would also be held during the talks.
Foreign Affairs Minister of China, Wang Yi, is arriving Kathmandu tooday for the three-day official visit.
Foreign Minister Yi is scheduled to hold separate meeting with President Bidya Devi Bhandari and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli during the visit.