Nepalese leaders have reaffirmed support for China, saying the Himalayan nation will not allow anti-Chinese activities on its soil.
More than 20,000 Tibetan exiles are living in Nepal, after a failed 1959 uprising against Chinese rule.
Nepal has prohibited demonstrations by Tibetan exiles and cracked down on such gatherings in recent years as part of its “one-China” policy.
On Wednesday, the outgoing prime minister of Nepal, Jhalanath Khanal, met with a high-level Chinese delegation in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu.
The delegation was led by Zhou Yongkang, a member of the standing committee of the Chinese Communist Party's Politburo.
The officials also signed a Chinese aid package for Nepal.
The talks come amid a political crisis in Nepal.
Mr. Khanal resigned on Sunday after only three months in office, citing a lack of significant progress made in the peace process or the formation of a power-sharing government
Some information for this report was provided by AFP.