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COAS Rana leaving for China on Friday


KATHMANDU: After leaders of various political parties visited China and held discussion about the ongoing political situation of the country, now it’s the turn of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gaurav Shumsher JB Rana to visit China to meet his counterparts.

Holding a press conference in the capital the Directorate of Public Relations of the Nepal Army informed that COAS Rana swill leave for China visit on Friday leading a five- member team at the official invitation of China´s PLA Chief Fang Fenhui.

According to army the visit is a link of exchange of visits between the two countries since their establishment of diplomatic relations in 1955. CoAS Rana will hold talks with PLA chief Fang and Air Force Chief and Central Military Commission Vice Chairman Zhu Kyuling. On the occasion, Rana will sign agreements on mobile hospital to be instrumental during disaster management under cooperation by Chinese military and for a cooperation of Rs. 880 million.

He is also scheduled to visit the first hospital affiliated to fourth military medical university, command and Staff College, Nanjing army Command College and Yunnan military region during his visit to northern neighbor.

Chinese army personnel are participating in jungle, mountain and staff training run by Nepal Army. Likewise, Nepalese Army is also participating in trainings in China. General Rana will return to Kathmandu on July 28.

In recent days China has increased the assistance to security forces of Nepal in a bid to curb Tibetan activities in the country. Breaching the gentleman’s agreement signed by Nepal Government the security forces have been arresting some Tibetan refugees on their transit to Dharmashla in India. During his recent visit to Nepal Chinese Minister has signed an agreement to support Armed Police Force of Nepal. China has also increased its interest in the political affairs of the country.

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