KATHMANDU: Northern neighbour China has announced support of Rs. 15.5 million to the Prime Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund. Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Wu Chuntai handed over the amount on behalf of the autonomous region of Tibet on Tuesday.
Ambassador Chuntai met Foreign Minister Mahendra Bahadur Pandey at the latter’s office today and handed over the relief amount. “China has been deeply saddened by the loss caused by flood and landslide at several parts of the country. Tibet wants to contribute to the relief fund set up by the government to help the people,” said Chuntai while handing over the relief amount.
Transportation of goods along the Araniko Highway, connecting Nepal and China, has been affected as the massive landslide in Sindhupalchowk district earlier this month swept away certain section of the highway.
The Chinese Ambassador further added that the Chinese side was ready to extend help in the re-construction of the highway.
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