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Nepal–European Union relations

Euro-Nepalese relations
Map indicating locations of European Union and Nepal

European Union

Nepal

The European Union to Nepal relations is the relations between Nepal and the European Union (EU). The role of the European Union is to present, explain and implement EU policies, analyze and report on the political, social, and economic situation in Nepal, and to conducts negotiations in accordance with a given mandate.[1]

In the context of Nepal, the European Union has been focussing mainly on three sectors: education, peace and stability, and trade facilitation and economic capacity building. Apart from these three sectors, we are also active in areas as varied as the protection and promotion of human rights, food security, conservation of the environment, safe migration, assisting to ensure transparent and effective public finance management, and introducing sustainable production and consumption practices. The EU is also working with the Government of Nepal and local communities in disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation and mitigation.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Role of the EC delegation to Nepal
  2. ^ "Welcome Message from the Head of Delegation". Delegation of the European Union to Nepal. 2013. Retrieved January 13, 2014. 

External links

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal
  • Nepal - European union relations
  • European Union & Nepal co-operation agreement (PDF)
  • Role of the European commission delegation
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