Nepal-China agreement inked to check Tibetans
Dec. 2 (Phayul): Nepal and China have signed a 13-point agreement to “tighten the entry of Tibetan nationals into Nepal and systematise the distribution of temporary entry cards”. The decision was reached during a meeting of high-level officials from the two sides held on Nov. 28 in Chautara, 125-km east of Kathmandu near the Tibetan border.
The agreement was part of a deal to “ease movement of Nepalese nationals in the Tatopani area” bordering Tibet, Hari Krishna Upadhaya, Chief District Administrative Officer of the area told Nepalese media.
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