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Nepal Ambassador expresses gratitude to India for gifting 1 mn COVID-19 vaccine doses

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Nepal Ambassador expresses gratitude to India for gifting 1 mn COVID-19 vaccine doses

Nepal Ambassador expresses gratitude to India for gifting 1 mn COVID-19 vaccine doses

Ambassador of Nepal to India Nilamber Acharya on February 02, thanked Indian Government for supplying COVID-19 vaccine to Nepal at the time of pandemic.

"We are grateful to the Indian Government for gifting 1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine.

We are confident that we will get more vaccines that we have ordered.

We thank Indian govt and people, they are a good neighbour and friend," Nepal Envoy to India told ANI.


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