“Political Understanding, Unrelenting Negotiation, Compromise Among Government And Major Forces And Also Good-will Of International Community Has Been The Principle Strength Of Nepal’s Peace Process” Ambassador Dr Chalise
Nepal’s envoy to the United Kingdom Dr. Suresh C. Chalise, delving into the aspects of peace process said “Management of Arms and Armies is accomplished and Promulgation of new constitution is in the process.” Dr Chalise, who is the fellow of international fellowship called Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, was speaking at a conference organised by AvH UK Association, UK, at German House, 34 Belgrave Square, London. During his 30 minute talks he also described the understanding among major political forces and government in different periods on issues such as inviting the United Nations to Nepal, Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), Formation of Joint Monitoring Coordination Committee, and Withdrawal of UNMIN, too; as the major strength of Nepal’s peace process. He also said “Nepal’s experience, participating in the management of arms and armies of the combatants and Government, could be shared in other conflict ridden societies”
The one day international symposium, which was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. Wantanabe-O’Kelly, was addressed by an array of social and natural scientists. Prof. Andrea Sella presented his paper on “Classic Kit- An Instrumental History of Chemistry”, and Professor Dr. Ragab Ragab spoke on “ Food Security Home and Away: the Challenges and Possible Solutions”. Professor Dr. Tom Cheeseman presented his paper on “How Shakespeare is helping to Show How World Cultures Differ?” Likewise, Dr Murray Smith spoke on “On Adherence to Medicine” while Dr Debbie Lewer spoke on “Whose Gothic? Art and Cultural Politics of the Medieval in Weinmar Germany (1919-1933).
German ambassador to the UK George Boomgarden hosted a reception in honour of Alexander Humboldt Fellows who took part in the international workshop.
Embassy of Nepal
19 October 2012