Nepal's prime minister KP Oli to visit China next week, will meet President Xi Jinping during 5-day tour
Nepal prime minister KP Oli will pay a five-day official visit to China, his second trip to a foreign country after India, since taking power in the Himalayan nation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday held discussions with his Nepalese counterpart KP Oli to deepen bilateral ties between the two neighbours.
Weeks after Doka La standoff, China opens highway to Nepal through Tibet: Beijing's Global Times says move may irk India
China has opened a strategic highway that runs from Tibet to the Nepal border, and could be used for defence purposes if needed.
Nepal has rubbished rumours of plans to expel Indian Ambassador Ranjit Rae following the cancellation of President Bhandrai's visit to New Delhi.
Nepalese Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on Monday said his country does not play India or China "card" and there is "no question" of favouring one over the other as it is not a viable "policy option".
Nepalese Prime Minister K P Oli's maiden India visit will be "successful" in strengthening ties and help in resolving differences that cropped up over the protests by Madhesis, the Indian envoy here said on 17 February.