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Chinese nationals in Nepal instructed to abide by Nepali laws

09 May 2020  

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KATHMANDU: The Chinese Embassy in Nepal has instructed Chinese nationals in Nepal to strictly abide by the laws and regulations and the lockdown measures adopted in Nepal.

“The Chinese side has always demanded that the Chinese citizens in Nepal should strictly abide by the laws and regulations of Nepal, express reasonable demands rationally and in accordance with the laws,” said spokesperson of the Chinese embassy in Nepal.

A clash broke out between Chinese nationals and police on Friday after a group of Chinese nationals, who were staging a sit-in in front of Singha Durbar demanding that they be allowed to go back to their country, tried to enter the premises.

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The spokesperson also said, “In consultation and cooperation with the Chinese Embassy in Nepal and the Nepali police, the incident has been properly dealt with”.

The spokesperson added that the embassy had been reminding Chinese nationals to cooperate with the measures, avoid unnecessarily going out and wait patiently for the lift on flight suspension.

Publish Date : 09 May 2020 19:50 PM

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