Jan 15, 2010: Permanent Representative of Nepal to the United Nations Gyan Chandra Acharya made a statement on Friday in the Security Council meeting on UNMIN in New York that Nepal is going through a transition from a ten-year long conflict to sustainable peace and stability with a nationally driven peace process.
From June 2006, we have come a long way with many ups and downs which is only natural for a complex peace process. Yet, along the way, we have made a tremendous progress in terms of our political transformation. We are equally committed to institutionalize it and also bring about social and economic transformation together with state restructuring. Our agenda has therefore remained a forward looking, inclusive and democratic
Ambassador Acharya informed the Council that a large majority of the thematic committees of the Constituent Assembly have already deliberated on issues under their purview and submitted inputs to the respective bodies of the CA. The new constitution is expected to usher in a new
Apprising the Council of the recent developments in peace process, Ambassador Acharya said that the release of the disqualified minors living in the cantonments has begun in earnest on the basis of the Action Plan signed on
The Permanent Representative stressed that
Ambassador Acharya said that the transition is not always easy and smooth, and it does not follow a straight line. He stated that if we take a long-range view, we can see that
By concluding his statement, Ambassador Acharya said that in realizing our goal of a peaceful, stable, democratic and prosperous new