Dialogue Between Warring Parties Essential For World Peace: PM Dahal

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Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has laid emphasis on dialogue between the warring parties for upholding world peace.

During the meeting with high-level delegation of UN Office for Disarmament Affairs, led by Izumi Nakamitsu, Prime Minister Dahal said Nepal is always in favour of the world peace, adding Nepal's peace process has become an example for other countries in the world.

He stressed that dialogue is the only option for the world peace, adding, "Many areas of the world are still in very sensitive condition. Incidents including Russia-Ukraine war and Israel and Hamas war have added challenges to the global peace. But we stress on seeking the solution to conflicts through dialogue."

The PM recalled Nepal's remarkable role in different international forums for the establishment of peace in the world.

Talking about the role played by Nepal from the position of leader of the least developed countries in the UN General Assembly, PM Dahal underscored that Nepal would always support in the UN's efforts for establishing peace and play a leading role for the world peace.

"The role United Nations has played for world peace and disarmament is laudable. We are with the United Nations in its every step and express our commitment to remain so in future as well," he said.

Under Secretary-General and the High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, Nakamitsu, said the office of the South Asia Centre on Disarmament Affairs has been set up in Nepal and the expectation is that Nepal will become a centre of peace in the South Asia region.

"The Centre has been established with the expectation that Nepal will become a peace centre amongst its nuclear-armed neighbours. It is expected that like in the past Nepal will play its role in support of regional and world peace in an effective manner,"

On the occasion, Izumi also praised the role Nepal has been playing in the UN peacekeeping missions as the second-largest troops contributing nation.

UN Resident Coordinator in Nepal, Hanna Singer, the foreign affairs advisor to the Prime Minister, Rupak Sapkota, officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, among other officials were present on the occasion.

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