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Russia to send 50 military observers for Nepal peace process

Russia will send 50 military officers to Nepal as part of a team of United Nations military observers to oversee Nepal’s peace process, local media reports said Saturday. The military team was being sent at the request of the UN and will remain under the control of United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN), Nepal’s largest circulating daily Kantipur reported. “The military team will comprise liaison officials, observers and medical officers,” Russian Ambassador to Nepal Andrey Trofimov said. “The first batch of six officers will arrive in Nepal within weeks.” Full Story

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