Kathmandu, May 8 – Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the incumbent government has focused its attention in upgrading Nepal to the status of a developing country from least developed country within the next three years.
Prime Minister Oli expressed the belief that support of all neighbouring countries would be garnered for the same. He said so during a meeting with visiting parliamentary delegation from the United Kingdom (UK) here on Tuesday, according to PM Oli’s Personal Secretariat.
Saying Nepal would maintain neutrality in world politics, he said that both slogans—’One Belt One Road Initiative’ of China and India’s ‘Support of all, development of all’ are in favour of Nepal.
Responding to a query of the delegation regarding incidents that occurred during the armed conflict period, Prime Minister Oli expressed the belief that the two commissions formed in this regard would settle all problems related to this.
He clarified that no amnesty would be given to anyone involved in serious violation of human rights either they are from government side or rebellion side.
The Prime Minister said that there is 41 per cent representation of women in elected bodies. The UK delegation headed by Nigel Evans arrived here at the invitation of the Federal Parliament of Nepal.