A four-member delegation of the European Parliament for South Asia has visited the Tibetan Reception Centre in Kathmandu on Wednesday.
The EU Parliamentarians were invited by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Office to visit the Tibetan Reception Centre at Swayambhu which was established with EU funding back in 1998.
Even though Nepal has been adhering One-China Policy for long and doesn’t allow any kind of anti-China activities in her territory, the European Union expresses concern over Tibetans in Nepal in the name of ‘human rights.
Four members of the Delegation for Relations with the Countries of South Asia of the European Parliament (EP) arrived in Nepal on a four-day visit on Wednesday itself.
The group is composed of Jean Lambert (UK), Cristian Dan Preda (Romania), Afzal Khan (UK) and Thomas Mann (Germany).