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UPDATED: 19:45, January 05, 2007
Nepal's arms management process to begin from Jan. 15: UN
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Head of the United Nations (UN) team to assist in Nepal peace process, Ian Martin, said in Kathmandu Friday the process to keep the arms of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) (formerly known as guerrilla) in the containers will begin from Jan. 15.

Addressing the media before leaving for New York, Martin said the arms monitoring operation will begin from Jan. 15 from two offices in Kathmandu and in Nepalgunj in western Nepal.

"We now have 13 UN arms monitors in the country. The training of this first group ends Saturday, and from Monday they will operate in two teams, one from Kathmandu and the other from Nepalgunj," he said.

The 13 UN monitors -- of the 35 already authorized -- have already arrived in the capital, he said.

"We expect further arrivals every few days, and the balance of the 35 already authorized will undertake training later next week, and be available for deployment from 15 January," Martin said.

Martin also informed that registration teams provided by United Nations Development Program will also be ready by Jan. 15 to begin registration process.

However, to start the process of registration, Martin said that needs deliberations between the government and the CPN.

Martin, also the personal representative of the UN Secretary General in Nepal, will present a report prepared by the UN on Nepal peace process to Ban Ki-moon, the new UN Secretary General.

According to Martin, it will take two more months to bring together a 60-member full-fledged UN team to Nepal.

Source: Xinhua


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