The honorary doctorate has been conferred on the Prime Minister in recognition to his contribution to achieving peace and democracy in Nepal.
Stating that Nepal has become party to the agreement establishing the University, he said this was a reflection of ‘our deep commitment to universal peace.’
Stating that the ecological balance has been upset, he said, “With the temperature rising, glaciers retreating, snow melting and sea level rising, the climate change has accelerated. And, our responses do not match the enormous challenges that are the results of human recklessness.
He expressed the belief that the world needs, more than ever, to reassert its faith in multilateralism and collective solutions.
UPEACE Charter is the international treaty prepared to establish University of Peace. Nepal is 41st country signing the charter of the University.
Similarly, Dr Mihir Kanade, Head of the Department of International Law and Human Rights at the Peace University, informed Oli was conferred the honorary the Phd title in recognition of his contribution for establishing peace in Nepal.
A launch reception, organized at the 'Recreative Park' of the University in honour of PM Oli, followed the visit.