Days after the foreign ministers of Afghanistan, China, Nepal and Pakistan met virtually to discuss strengthening their cooperation on COVID-19, Nepalese Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali dismissed the idea of creating a sub-regional quadrilateral grouping.
Gyawali said, “Virtual conference of four countries was totally focused on the cooperation amidst the COVID-19.
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It is unnecessary and wrong to create any other type of coordination between those countries. Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan are members of SAARC [South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation] and China is an observer of the SAARC, we are already in a single umbrella.”
Gyawali rejected the idea of any plan to create an alliance. “There is no possibility, desire or plan to create another sub-regional alliance or organisation comprising of those four countries. It was purely confined on cooperation on COVID-19 pandemic,” he emphasised.