Nepal Prime minister KP Sharma Oli has extended support for Indian proposal for a common definition for terrorism–CCIT or Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism during his United Nations General Assembly or UNGA speech.
“Nepal condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, or other activities inflicting pain and suffering to the innocent people,” he said.
Adding, “We call for an early conclusion of a comprehensive convention against terrorism.”
Over two decades ago in 1996, India had proposed comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism or CCIT but that remains a draft due to lack of consensus at the United Nations in New York.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi & external affairs minister S Jaishankar and other Indian officials have from various forums & during several bilateral meets urged world community for the early passage of…