September 23, Kathmandu: European Parliamentarians have said that Nepal has been performing well in progressive agendas such as social inclusion, climate action, and democracy.
The delegation of the European Parliament (EP) led by the Vice President of the European Parliament, Evelyn Rengner arrived in Kathmandu on Thursday for a two-day visit to Nepal.
Talking to Radio Nepal, Member of the delegation Tomáš Zdechobsky from Czech Republic said that Nepal had made noticeable progress in topics such as environmental conservation, green energy, and post-quake reconstruction.
Zdechobsky said Nepal had also progressed as a functioning democracy and a mature country when it came to diplomacy.
During an interaction with youths at Nagbahal, Patan in Lalitpur, Vice-President Rengner said Nepal still faced challenges in sectors such as climate change and the energy sector.
Apart from Rengner and Zdechobsky, the Delegation also comprises Ulrike Muller and Maximilian Krah from Germany.
During their stay in Nepal, European parliamentarians are scheduled to hold meetings with the top leaders of the major political parties, women politicians, leaders of civil society, and journalists.