The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace and the Parliament of Nepal sign a memorandum of understanding to enhance bilateral cooperation
Kathmandu, 22nd August / WAM /
His Excellency Ahmed bin Muhammad Al Jarwan, President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, and His Excellency Agni Prasad Sapkota, Speaker of the Nepalese Parliament witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two sides at the headquarters of the Parliament of Nepal in the capital, Kathmandu, in the interest of strengthening cooperation and bilateral relations and laying out a framework for future cooperation between them.
During a meeting with the Speaker of the Nepalese Parliament, Al-Jarwan reviewed the efforts exerted by the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace to support the values and culture of love, peace and tolerance around the world.
He gave an explanation about the most important initiatives and projects that the council participates in activating in various countries of the world with the aim of promoting peaceful coexistence and tolerance.. He praised the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal and its various institutions for being an original model in supporting efforts to spread a culture of peace, peaceful coexistence and tolerance in various countries of the world.
His Excellency Agni Prasad Saporta welcomed His Excellency Ahmed bin Muhammad Al Jarwan and praised what was stated in the memorandum of understanding regarding laying the foundations for cooperation with the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace and its various organs, praising at the same time the Council’s tireless efforts in supporting the values and culture of peace, coexistence and tolerance in various countries of the world from Through diplomacy, dialogue, parliamentary action and international cooperation.
Saporta expressed his country’s happiness to be part of this distinguished global effort, since peace and tolerance have become an indispensable global necessity.. He expressed his aspiration to transfer his country’s experience to the world and said: “We are always open to cooperation with you.”
For his part, Al-Jarwan stressed that the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace and its various bodies continue to work on establishing strong partnerships with various local parliaments in various countries of the world, international organizations of the United Nations and civil society, in order to achieve the main objectives of the Council of supporting a culture of tolerance and peace around the world. He said, “I look forward to holding a future session in the Nepalese parliament, similar to the sessions held by the parliament in Malta, Albania, Ethiopia, Argentina, Costa Rica, Colombia, Comoros, Montenegro, the United Arab Emirates and recently in Morocco.”
The signing of the MoU was attended by Saeed Hamdan Al Naqbi, UAE Ambassador to Nepal, Dr.Zoran Ilievski, Adviser to the President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, HE Mohamed Sabari, First Deputy Speaker of the Moroccan House of Representatives, Dubravka Filipovsky, Member of the National Assembly of Serbia, and HE Hussein Mohamed Latif, Member The Parliament of the Maldives, Dylan Pereira, Member of Parliament of Sri Lanka, HE Fadil Zendili, member of the parliament of North Macedonia, Bojan Glavicek, Member of the Croatian Parliament, as well as a group of Nepalese Parliamentarians.
In conclusion, Al-Jarwan presented the Speaker of the Nepalese Parliament with the shield of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, in appreciation of the role of Parliament and its various committees in supporting equality, human dignity, peaceful coexistence, peace and tolerance. Nepal.