Kathmandu – The Nepalese team left for Afghanistan on Sunday morning with aid materials.
The team of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs left for Kabul by Himalaya Airlines plane. Nepal is going to help the Afghan people with medicines, clothes, utensils and other materials.
In a press conference held at Tribhuvan International Airport before departure to Kabul, Foreign Minister Dr. Narayan Khadka informed that Seva Lamsal, Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Aid Materials, will hand over to the representatives of the United Nations. Minister Khadka also said that the Nepali team will return home today after handing over the materials to the United Nations office.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the government has sent the materials collected from various charitable organizations and the private sector for the Afghan people. After the return of American troops, the Taliban group has seized power in Afghanistan, a SAARC country.
The international community has not supported the Taliban regime. With the rule of the Taliban, news has been published that starvation and health problems are getting worse in Afghanistan.