While China’s internal economic policies embrace elements of capitalism (as did Lenin’s New Economic policy in the 1920s) Beijing’s foreign policy still stays true to the cause of international Marxism-Leninism.
Drawing Nepal into the Chinese orbit
BEIJING, Aug. 25 — Minister Wang Jiarui of the International Department of the CPC Central Committee met here today with Prachanda, Chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (CPN-M) and government prime minister.
Wang expressed appreciation for the CPN-M’s friendly policy toward China and hoped that the CPC and the CPN-M can further strengthen exchanges on the basis of the Four Principles guiding inter-party relations, namely, independence, complete equality, mutual respect and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs. He also hoped that such inter-party relations will help to boost the state-to-state relations between China and Nepal.
Prachanda said that Nepal-China relations have withstood the test of time. The CPN-M, as the ruling party of its country, will continue the friendly cooperation with the CPC, and such cooperation will help to deepen the relations between the two countries, said Prachanda.
Vice-minister Liu Hongcai of the International Department was present at the meeting.
Keeping up the Chinese Communist Party’s internationalist commitments.
CPC Representative to attend the Avante! Festival of the Portuguese Communist Party
At the invitation of the Portuguese Communist Party (PCP), Liu Chunliang, member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Anhui Provincial Committee and secretary of the CPC Anhui Provincial Discipline Inspection Commission, will attend as a CPC representative the Avante! Festival (party newspaper festival of the PCP) to be held from September 5th to 7th in Lisbon.
Lenin’s New Economic Nolicy was ended when Stalin veered back the Soviet Union back to a more obviously socialist path in the late 1920s.
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