PM assures of taking diplomatic initiatives to bring back Nepalis serving in Russian Army

Kathmandu, May 7: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said he would take high-level diplomatic initiative to bring back Nepali nationals serving in the Russian Army.     

Prime Minister Prachanda said so during the meeting with members of a campaign to save the lives of Nepalis serving in the Russian Army at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar on Tuesday.     

“The Office of the Prime Minister is committed to addressing your demand,” he mentioned, adding, “The government has been constantly taking diplomatic initiatives. The initiative has been taken through the diplomatic note.”     

Sharing that the government has been continuously involved in saving the lives of Nepali citizens, the Prime Minister stressed that he was committed to addressing the demands of families of the Nepalis recruited in the Russian Army.     

He further said that he had phoned the Nepalis who were in the war zone and discussion was underway continuously through diplomatic channels about their condition.     

The families of Nepalis serving in the Russian Army had staged a sit-in in Kathmandu, demanding to bring back the Nepalis recruited in the Russian Army.     

The sit-in was postponed after PM Prachanda’s Public Relations Expert Buddhi GC’s commitment to address their demands.     

As per the commitment, PM Prachanda on Tuesday met with the family members and pledged to bring back the Nepalis serving in the Russian Army. (RSS)

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