The leader of a European parliamentary delegation visiting Nepal said last Friday the European Union would continue supporting the peace process presently underway in the Himalayan country. Addressing journalists at the end of a six-day visit to assess the present situation in Nepal, delegation leader Neena Gill called on the government and the Maoist rebels to sign a ceasefire agreement at the earliest possible date. “The present ceasefire is temporary and so it is necessary to sign a permanent...

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