On Monday 28 November 2005, the British Embassy in Kathmandu said in a press statement that we call on the King of Nepal to address the political parties in order to find an agreed way forward and end the conflict. Together with our European and other international partners, we will discuss the details of the announcements of the political parties and the Maoists. If, through this agreement, the Maoists commit to abandoning violence and human rights violations in favour of a democratic political solution, this is good news for the long-suffering people of Nepal. As a sign of good faith, we call on the Maoists to extend their current ceasefire unconditionally in order to create the conditions for the resumption of peace talks. Both express a deep sense of remorse and are frustrated by their past mistakes and pledge not to repeat it in the future. In accordance with the goal of peace, human rights and freedom of the press are fully in agreement. Both parties will boycott the municipal and legislative elections announced by the current regime, which were conducted with the sole aim of claiming legitimacy to govern. Both sides believe that it is their common duty to maintain friendly relations with the entire international community, particularly neighbouring countries such as India and China, which are based on the principles of peaceful coexistence. Through this agreement, both sides also call on all citizens in love with democracy and freedom to actively support their struggle. On Wednesday, November 23, 2005, Robert Hugins, spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Kathmandu, said, “The United States is re-electing the agreement through political and diplomatic channels.” He said that the United States cautiously welcomed the new political agreement between the established parties and the Maoists; the agreement highlighted the urgency of the royal palace`s access to the parties and a common understanding to restore democracy and peace in the country. He also reiterated that Maoists should avoid violence and join the mainstream political.
 2. The seven-member alliance, engaged in the movement against regression, is fully engaged in the fact that sovereignty and state power could be fully transferred to the people, and the conflict could be put to an end by the establishment of an absolute democracy in the country by holding elections for a constituent assembly on the basis of talks and agreement with the Maoists and they are also determined to restore Parliament by the popular power movement. then form an all-party government on the basis of its decision.