Kathmandu, September 12
Speaker of the House of Representative Krishna Bahadur Mahara has claimed the Chinese government is preparing to resume trade activities via Tatopani border point, which remains shut since the 2015 earthquake.
Mahara claims he has learned about preparations being made to resume the trade via Tatopani during his recent visit to Lhasa, the capital city of China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.
After returning home from the trip today, Mahara said in front of journalists at the Tribhuvan International Airport that his visit was fruitful and full of achievements.
During the visit, Mahara had held a meeting with the chief of Tibet government among others to discuss bilateral issues.
Leading a team of lawmakers and parliamentary staff, Mahara had flied to Lhasa last Friday.
Published on September 12th, Wednesday, 2018 1:20 PM
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