Kathmandu, 4 September
Nearly 4 years after signing the controversial Millennium Challenge Corporation settlement with the United States authorities, the Government of Nepal wrote to the MCC program in Washington, DC, asking to clear up some confusion.
A ministry official stated the finance ministry yesterday wrote to the US embassy in Kathmandu asking it to make clear whether or not it’s a part of the Indo-Pacific technique and whether or not it’s associated to US protection coverage.
“We have also sought clarification on whether the agreement is covered under Nepalese law.”
The embassy additionally confirmed the receipt of a letter relating to the difficulty. “This is a positive step towards ratifying the agreement and reflects the MCC’s continued desire to have an open and transparent dialogue with the Nepalese people regarding the infrastructure programme,” an embassy official stated.
The communication comes days forward of the scheduled go to of MCC Vice-Chairman Fatema Z Sumar to Kathmandu. Sumar is predicted to carry high-level political conferences with Nepalese leaders together with Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba.