Nepal and the People’s Republic of China established diplomatic relations on 1 August 1955.
epal and China share a long border, spanning a range of about 1414 Kilometres. The two Governments resolved border issue amicably in 1961, and have been conducting joint inspection of the border at regular intervals.
Nepal and China are supporting each other in many international forums, including the United Nations. Nepal has always been upholding ‘One China’ principle and is committed not to allow Nepalese territory to be used against China’s interests. Government, in a press release issued on 16 March 2005, unequivocally supported the Anti-secession Legislation enacted by the National People’s Congress on 14 March 2005. At the same time, Nepal has also appreciated ‘one country two systems’ principle as enunciated by China and applied successfully in Hong Kong and Macao in the form of special administrative regions.