, Beijing, December 11. Luo Zhaohui, Director of the National Agency for International Development Cooperation, recently held a video meeting with Laureano Ortega, representative of the Nicaraguan government in Tianjin and presidential adviser, to exchange views on bilateral development cooperation after the resumption of diplomatic relations opinion.

  Luo Zhaohui warmly congratulated the two countries on the resumption of diplomatic relations, and appreciated the recognition and commitment of Nepal to abide by the one-China principle. It is on the right side of history and is a wise move that conforms to the general trend of the times and conforms to the historical trend.

The resumption of diplomatic relations between China and Nigeria has opened up broad prospects for cooperation between the two countries in various fields.

Luo introduced China's major achievements in implementing the concept of a community with a shared future for mankind, carrying out international cooperation in the fight against the epidemic, and promoting sustainable global development. He said that China and Nigeria are both developing countries and both have urgent requirements for economic development and improvement of people's livelihood.

China is willing to provide support and assistance within its capacity in accordance with Nepal's development needs, and explore practical cooperation between the two sides in the fields of anti-epidemic, post-epidemic economic recovery, poverty alleviation and human resources development.

The CCICED is willing to establish a communication mechanism with Nepal and cooperate closely to achieve mutual benefit and win-win results for the benefit of the two peoples.

The picture shows the scene of the video meeting, courtesy of the State Council.

  Ortega is optimistic about the prospects of Nepal-China relations. He spoke highly of China’s achievements in poverty reduction and the important role it played in promoting South-South cooperation. He said that Nepal is currently facing the challenge of developing the economy and getting rid of poverty. China’s development experience and Nepal’s development needs are highly demanded. Fit.

The Nigerian government and people look forward to cooperating with China to achieve mutual benefit and win-win results.

The Nepalese side is willing to establish relevant mechanisms with the Chinese side to share experience in governance, align development strategies, promote pragmatic cooperation, and work together to bring bilateral relations to the next level.