Preparation of bilateral talks & agreements during the visit.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday published the schedule of the state visit of Chinese President.A car passing by the road decorated with signboards by the roadsides to welcome the President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping along the Araniko Highway at Babarmahal on Wednesday, October 9, 2019.
The Chinese president is paying a 2 day state visit to Nepal at the invitation of President Bidya Devi Bhandari.
The Chinese special delegates would hold delegation-level official talks with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli during the state visit. The bilateral agreement & memorandum of understanding would be signed in presence of the Chinese President & Prime Minister Oli.
The visit is taken as an important 1 as it is expected to materialise the previous bilateral agreements signed during the official visits of President Bhandari & Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.
It is expected that the visit would further help promote tourism as it is scheduled near upcoming Nepal’s mega campaign of Visit Nepal Year 2020. Various places including Tribhuvan International Airport Tinkune, Baneshwar, Babarmahal, Naxal, Tripureshwar, Bhadrakali, Kesharmahal, Durbarmarga, Sundhara, Nagpokhari, Hattisar, Kalimati & Solteemode have been decorated to welcome the guest.
According to Kathmandu Metropolitan City spokesperson Ishwarman Dangol, they were working to beautify the city by repairing the roads, cleaning & developing greeneries. The concerned sides are working to clean & decorate the roads & streets of Kathmandu along with planting new plants & flowers.
The KMC has planted flowers of various species to decorate the roads.
It has further worked on improving the quality of roads by tarmacking, arranging the stone slabs even by putting lump of grass & repairing the traffic lights.
Some of the workers are found busy in watering the newly planted flowers & constructing fountains & painting the railings & curbs.KMC spokesperson further shared that flags would be placed on various poles along the roadsides.
He said students will be carrying national flags to welcome President Xi Jinping during his arrival.