The Permanent mission of
The indication of a possible failure of the peace process, President’s rule and army backed coup are not only unthinkable but also wild comments. They do not represent an iota of possibility in
Similarly, the Government of Nepal expresses clearly that there will be no purported legal void following the withdrawal of UNMIN from
The Ambassador/Permanent Representative of
While speaking before the Security Council Ambassador Acharya said that the Special Committee will supervise arms and Maoist army combatants as per the guidelines laid out in the Directives for Supervision, Control, Direction and Code of Conduct for the Maoist Army Combatants which was adopted unanimously on
Ambassador Acharya stated that the Government of Nepal has already sent a letter to UNMIN and through it to the United Nations on the issues related to the monitoring of Maoist army combatants and arms, on Nepal army, on Agreement on Management of Arms and Armies (AMMA) and Dispute Resolution Mechanism and on the request for the transfer of the updated records of arms and Maoist army combatants, all the materials, equipment and logistics used by UNMIN for monitoring tasks.
Ambassador Acharya stressed that political parties in
Ambassador Acharya has further written to the members of the Security Council expressing strong objections to the parts of the statement made by Ms. Karin Landgren, Representative of the Secretary-General as baseless conjecture.