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Nepal’s peace process a new model for world: CPN Chair Dahal

KATHMANDU: Chairperson of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN), Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that the peace process of Nepal is the new peace model for the world.
During the meeting with a delegation of the High Peace Council of Afghanistan, today, Chairperson Dahal said that Nepal has given a positive message after concluding the peace process. The delegation has arrived in Kathmandu to study about the model of Nepal’s peace process.
On the occasion, the former Prime Minister Dahal said that the people have gained various achievements including the republic, federalism, secularism and inclusion through the peace process.
Saying peace process has moved ahead in Afghanistan, Deputy Chair of the HPC and former minister, Dr Habiba Sarabi, said that they arrived here to learn from Nepal’s peace process.
Sarabi said they were willing to learn from Nepal’s peace process, saying Nepal’s peace process was example for the world.
The delegation members had inquired about source of arms supply during Nepal’s armed conflict, the situation of arms with former People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and its management and activities of Peace and Reconstruction Ministry established to facilitate the activities related to the peace process.
The delegation also held discussion about the policy adopted by Nepal in the peace process, according to Dahal’s Secretariat.

Published Date: Thursday, September 13th, 2018 | 08:12 PM

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