EU Ambassador Lorenzo pledges support for Constitution enforcement and Federal governance

KATHMANDU: The newly-appointed European Union (EU) Ambassador to Nepal, Veronique Lorenzo, reaffirmed the EU’s commitment to aiding Nepal in various aspects of its development, with a particular focus on enforcing the Constitution and bolstering the federal governance system.

Ambassador Lorenzo expressed her commitment to assisting Nepal in achieving prosperity and outlined the EU’s continued support in areas such as quality education, climate change mitigation, sustainable development, energy sector advancement, enhancement of human rights, and the promotion of a more equitable society.

Highlighting the EU’s role as a significant development partner for Nepal, Ambassador Lorenzo recalled the EU’s decision to allocate 300 billion Euros to Nepal until 2026 as part of a five-year plan.

She expressed hope for extensive cooperation and collaboration from all stakeholders to successfully attain the program’s objectives.


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