Nepal China Relation

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The bilateral relations between the
Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal and
the People’s Republic of China have been
friendly and defined by Nepal’s policy of
balancing the competing influence of China
and Nepal’s southern neighbour India, the
only two neighbors of the Himalayan
country after the annexation of the
Kingdom of Sikkim by India in 1975. The
government of Nepal, though initially
unenthusiastic about its ties with China,
made sharp moves of geo-strategic
importance after the annexation of the
Himalayan Kingdom of Sikkim by India in
1975. Since 1975, Sino-Nepal relations
have been close and grown significantly.

During the Tang dynasty the Chinese envoy
Wang Xuance led an army of Nepalese and
Tibetans to defeat an usurper in the
Indian Kingdom of Magadha.
Nepal’s historical relations with China
(and Tibet) have been shaped by conflicts
over territory and the control of Tibet.
After the Sino-Nepalese War (1789-1792),
Nepal was forced to sign a treaty
stipulating the payment of tribute to
China after the latter defeated Nepalese
forces in Tibet.China refused Nepal’s
request for assistance during Anglo-
Nepalese War (1814–16), and the latter’s
defeat led to the establishment of the
British Empire in India

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