'Japan a trustworthy supporter of Nepal'


Kathmandu, Dec. 24: Chairperson of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN), Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that Japan is a highly trustworthy supporter of Nepal.
Addressing a programme 'Nepal-Japan friendly relation in Nepal's prosperity' organised by Hattigauda Sewa Samaj here on Monday, Chair Dahal said that the support provided by Japanese government in Nepal's economic development endeavors was important with a long-lasting impact.
He said that Japan has provided support to Nepal's physical infrastructure, agriculture and education sector by putting Nepal's welfare in its centre.
Saying people's level relation has also been expanded between the two countries in 62 years of establishment of diplomatic relations, Dahal expressed the belief that bilateral relation would be further strengthened in days ahead.
Also former Prime Minister, Dahal added that Nepal should adopt the technology brought by the Japanese government in disaster management.
Saying Nepal is also at the high risk of natural disaster, he mentioned that the efforts made by Japanese government to combat disaster and reduce losses were noteworthy.
Meanwhile in Chitwan, Chairman Dahal said that Nepal has become a land-link country from a landlocked one.
Addressing the golden jubilee ceremony of Laxmi Secondary School, Jagatpur at Bharatpur Metropolitan City-23, he said that Nepal became a land-link country with the agreement signed with India and China.
The CPN Chair added that Nepal on Sunday made important agreement with India regarding electricity, where Nepal can sell electricity produced in Nepal to any country. He said although that the constitution has mentioned education, health and employment as fundamental rights, it has not been implemented in practice. RSS

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