Photo Exhibition on China’s Annual Sessions happened in Kathmandu

Photo Exhibition on China’s Annual Sessions happened in Kathmandu

A photo exhibition titled “Exploring Economic Opportunities: Nepal’s Development in the context of China’s Economy” was successfully held in Nepal on Sunday.
 
The event organized by Friends of Silk Road Club – Nepal showcased major highlights of China’s Annual Sessions National People’s Congress and Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference 2024.
 
This year’s Two Sessions had a particular significance as 2024 marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.

Former Deputy Prime Minister and CPN ML General Secretary CP Mainali emphasized the significance of the two sessions during the inauguration. He highlighted the opportunity for Nepal in China’s rise, particularly in terms of economic development and prosperity.
 
Recalling the Chinese Communist Party’s history and revolution and how generations of visionary Chinese leaders have led their people to create unprecedented development miracles, Mainali mentioned that China’s rise could be inspirational for other countries including Nepal. He also praised China’s continuous commitment to promoting the common development of all nations.
 
He also took the occasion to suggest the Nepali parties and leaders practice multi-party cooperation rather than multi-party competition.

On the occasion, Leela Mani Paudyal, former Nepali Ambassador to China, discussed the major accomplishments of China’s top legislature and top political advisory body. Paudyal emphasized how the northern neighbor has been promoting high-quality development, and suggested that Nepal can benefit in multiple areas.
 
The former Ambassador shared his firsthand experiences of witnessing the Two Sessions up close in the past. He emphasized the immense possibilities for Nepal in various fields, including renewable energy, science and technology, agriculture, and tourism.
 
He further expressed confidence that the Belt and Road Initiative will be instrumental in promoting Nepal’s economic progress.
 
Over 30 photos were displayed in a one-day photo exhibition, held inside the Patan Durbar Square, and witnessed by people from different walks of life and the general public.

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