KATHMANDU: Chairman of newly formed CPN-Maoist Mohan Baidhya is scheduled to leave for China as his first foreign visit after the breakaway from the Unified CPN-Maoist at the invitation of the China Communist Party.
Few weeks after the breakaway from the mother party Unified CPN-Maoist, Chairman Baidya is leaving for China on a 10-day visit.
Party politburo member Indra Mohan Sigdel and his spouse will accompanying Baidhya, said party spokesperson Pampha Bhusal.
During his stay in China, Baidya is scheduled to have meetings with high-ranking government officials there and top leaders of the CPC..
Ai Ping, Chief of International Department for South Asian Affairs of the Communist Party of China, who had come to Nepal on a three-day visit on June 29, had invited Baidhya to visit China.
A Chinese delegation led by Chief of International Department for South Asian Affairs of the Communist Party of China, Ai Ping had discussed with the chiefs of the political parties of Nepal, among others, on the latest political situation in the country, peace process, constitution writing and forging national consensus, during the visit.
This was the first visit by a high-level Chinese delegation to Nepal after the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly