KATHMANDU, Sept 18: Minister of Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali has said that proposed 'Sagarmatha Dialogue' is expected to be helpful to inform the international community about Nepal's contribution to global peace.
Inaugurating a national consultation seminar on 'Sagarmatha Dialogue', the minister said that the dialogue is expected to put forth Nepal's experiences on the international arena. "The forum will facilitate in discussing Nepal’s contribution to world peace," he said.
“The forum has been formed with the view to inform international community about our unique peace process, post-earthquake reconstruction efforts, achievements made by Nepal in gender development and inclusiveness, and the plans and programs formulated to institutionalize those feats,” said Gyawali adding, “The political achievements gained by Nepal through a successful peace process is exemplary to the world."
The conference is scheduled to be held in every two years. During this year’s conference, the issue of climate change will be discussed.
According to Minister Gyawali, Nepal is organizing the dialogue on climate change to appeal to the international community in mitigating the impact of climate change.