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Nepal condemns terrorist attack in Israel

07 October 2023  

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KATHMANDU: The Government of Nepal has strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Israel today that caused loss of precious human lives and injured many more.

“At this critical hour, we convey our solidarity with the Government of Israel”, stated a press release issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kathmandu.

The Government of Nepal extends heartfelt condolences and deepest sympathies to the people and Government of Israel as well as the victims of this cruel attack and their families, it is noted.

“We wish for speedy recovery of the injured”, the release reads.

“We have been informed that a farm, where 14 Nepalis were working, was also under attack. Nine of the Nepalis have been reportedly injured while two of them are in serious condition”, the Ministry said.

It is shared that the Embassy of Nepal in Israel is in close communication with the Nepalis living in the areas under attack.

The Embassy is also in contact and coordination with the Israeli authorities for the safety, security and rescue of the Nepalis as well as medical treatment of the injured, it is stated.

The Ministry has requested the Nepali nationals in Israel to remain cautious and follow the safety measures advised by the authorities in such difficult time, the release added.

Publish Date : 07 October 2023 21:37 PM

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