BEIJING, Dec. 26 (Xinhua) -- State Councilor and Minister of Public Security Meng Jianzhu on Monday held talks with Nepali Deputy Prime Minister Bijay Kumar Gachchadar, vowing to further bilateral cooperation on law-enforcement.
China and Nepal, as friendly neighbors linked by mountains and rivers, have witnessed deepening cooperation in politics, economics, culture and security since they forged diplomatic relations, Meng said.
He said China-Nepal relations can serve as a good model for peaceful co-existence between neighbors, and such relations have stood the test of time and the change of the international situation.
China appreciates Nepal's adherence to the one-China policy as well as its support on Tibet-related security issues, he said.
Meng also praised the effective cooperation and mutual support between security and home affairs departments of the two countries in safeguarding their own countries' stability and border security over the years.
He said China is ready to make joint efforts with Nepal to enhance coordination in exit and entry administration, intelligence and information sharing, and law-enforcement education and training, in a bid to push forward bilateral law-enforcement cooperation.
Gachchadar said Nepal attaches great importance to developing friendly cooperative relations with China and is willing to deepen bilateral law-enforcement cooperation.