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Danish Envoy to Nepal visits Beldangi camps; assures support continuity for refugees

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Danish ambassador to Nepal Morten Jespersen visited three camps of Beldangi on Wednesday.

Bhutanese Refugees in Beldangi-I

Members of the Camp Management Committee and officials of the Government of Nepal briefed Envoy Jespersen on the latest situation of the camps.

Beldangi-I Camp Supervisor from the Refugee Coordination Unit under the Ministry of Home Affairs, Harka Bahadur Rai, informed that Danish delegation that refugees have been fearing of closure of the ongoing resettlement following a brief halt last month.

“Refugees who wish to resettle must be accepted,” Rai told Ambassador Jespersen, “People have started fearing that the process will end anytime soon.”

Meanwhile, Ambassador Jespersen said the Danish aid to the refugees would continue for those who choose to remain in the camps in Nepal.

Reported by Tulsi Upreti for BNS from Beldangi

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