Indian media said that Nepal will seek to get more weapons from China
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BEIJING, March 31 (Reuters): Indian Ptinews.com 23 sites reported that Nepal Defense 比德亚德维 Bhandari (Bidya Devi Bhandari) left yesterday China’s eight-day visit. In the meantime, it will seek non-lethal weapons under the framework of cooperation, China has received military assistance from, including communications equipment.
22 days, Bhandari, led a five-member Nepalese delegation left to visit China. During the visit, Bhandari with the Chinese government and Communist Party of China held talks with senior leaders. Moreover, during the talks, Bhandari will be non-lethal weapons in the framework of cooperation, to seek military aid from China, which mainly include communications equipment and logistics. Visit before departure, Bhandari in Kathmandu International Airport, said in an interview: “This is a two-country to promote access to high-end military relations.”
Nepal late last year, acting Chief of Staff Army Wing Torun gba Harder Singh (Torun Jung Bahadur Singh) General with the Chinese delegation, the Chinese Defense Ministry, Major General Jia Xiaoning, deputy director of the Foreign Affairs Office of the signing of an agreement. China promised to provide 20.8 million yuan to Nepal military aid, including $ 20 million “non-lethal” military hardware. Since 2001, India began to decline and in 2005 to suspend military aid to the Nepalese country, the desire for weapons of Nepal Army began looking for new, more reliable supplier of weapons.
Indian military institutions concerned, the Indian Army and the government may lose control of their own has been a strategic space. India recently resumed military aid to Nepal to try to restore military ties between the two countries to the level before 2005. (Spring)