Government urges Nepalis stranded in Ukraine to go to border area

File Photo A child from Ukraine sleeps in a tent part of a humanitarian centre for refugees at the Moldovan-Ukrainian border, in Palalanca, Moldova, Friday, Feb. 25, 2022. Photo Courtesy: AP

Kathmandu: The government has urged Nepali nationals residing in Ukraine to come to the border areas of neighboring countries.

Stating that the curfew has been eased in the capital Kiev, the Nepalese embassy in Germany has requested to come to the border areas of Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania of Ukraine.

According to the Nepali Embassy, ‚Äč‚ÄčNepalis living in the eastern, northern, and central regions of Ukraine have a suitable opportunity to come to a safe place in the border area.

The embassy has also made public the telephone numbers of embassy officials and representatives of the Non-Resident Nepali Association to contact them in case of any problems.