Indian govt donates over four dozens vehicles.
Kathmandu, April 8 -- Indian government on Thursday donated over three dozen vehicles earlier being used by United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) to the government of Nepal.
According a press release issued by Indian Embassy in Kathmandu, vehicles handed over to Nepal include 10 pick-up vans, 2 ambulances, 4 buses, 22 SUVs and 2 mini trucks. "This demonstrates India's continued commitment and support to the peace process in Nepal which is critical in bringing about long term stability in Nepal," the statement said.
The statement added that India remains a willing partner to the people and government of Nepal in their efforts to bring about peace, stability and multi-party democracy in Nepal.
Earlier, India had handed over 28 containers for storage of arms and ammunition of cantoned Maoist combatants. The containers initially given to the UNMIN was given to the government after the departure of the UN body in January 15, 2011.
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|Date:||Apr 8, 2011|
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