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We need Alliance of Mountainous Developing Country not Alliance of Mountainous Country

Posted by NYCA Blogger on December 18, 2009


We have seen the group that comprises both the developed and developing Nations does not work properly or fails. We do not want to be in the failures list and make the failing proposal.

It’s a great and bold decision by the Rt. Hon Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal to promote the alliance of the mountainous country at the time when Copenhagen Summit seems to fall.

There has been lots of influence of developed and advance developing countries over the policy of the developing nations. The issue and problem of the developing mountainous small country is totally different form the developed and advanced developing countries. If we form the alliance with them we will be lost and have to face lots of constraints.

We should think something sustainable and form alliance of Mountainous Developing countries

We heartily welcome the proposal of the Prime Minister but request him to take the lead and form the alliance of Mountainous developing countries.

Since most of the mountainous developing countries fall under the LDC and G77 and China group. We also want to see this group to be more vocal which will influence the negotiation process and help to put the mountain issues strongly and provide the climate justice to vulnerable mountain community

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One Response to “We need Alliance of Mountainous Developing Country not Alliance of Mountainous Country”

  1. Madan L. shrestha said

    Please include the text of the speech delivered by Rt. Honorable Prime Minister of Nepal.

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