China’s activism has increased after seeing India-Nepal relations returning back on track. Chinese Defense Minister General Wei Fenghi also arrived in Nepal on Sunday in the backdrop of several senior Indian officials visiting Nepal. He praised the Nepalese leadership for following China’s ‘One China’ policy and expressed strong support for its sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity.
Under the One China policy, Beijing insists that other countries consider Taiwan and Tibet as part of China. China’s Defense Ministry said here on Monday that Wei, who is also a state counselor, discussed issues of mutual interest during a one-day visit to Nepal on Sunday to meet Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, while Army Chief General Purna Chandra Thapa met Corona. Referred to restore military cooperation and training affected due to.
Tibet shares a border with Nepal and China wants to strengthen its ties with the help of large investments, loans, and financial support. Beijing also wants Nepal to stop the free flow of Tibetans to meet the Dalai Lama, their top spiritual leader living in India. The 85-year-old 14th Dalai Lama fled to India in 1959 and China considers him a ‘separatist’.
India has given them political asylum and they are living in Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. Nepal also has a significant population of Tibetans. China’s Foreign Ministry has also given a detailed account of Wei’s visit to Nepal in a statement. It said that Wei told Nepali leaders that China would maintain a strong dialogue with Nepal and support and support in its military development. At the same time, will contribute more to the interests of the people of both countries and regional stability.