The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday issued an advisory, requesting the Nepal's citizens to return from Ukraine
The Foreign Ministry has also asked all Nepalese people in Ukraine to come home after assessing the situation, adding that a confrontation between the two countries could turn into a war.
The Ministry of External Affairs recommends that Nepalese citizens living in Ukraine analyze the current situation and developments there and return home by commercial aircraft until they need to stay there." "
According to the ministry, citizens have been asked to postpone their plans to visit Ukraine unless it is "absolutely necessary".
According to data provided by the Foreign Employment Department, 47 men and six women went to Ukraine with individual labor permits in FY 2021-22.
According to Hari Malla, president of the Non-Resident Nepalese Association (NRNA) in Ukraine, there are about 200 Nepalese in Ukraine.
According to the ministry, more than 38 Nepalese nationals are in contact with the Nepal Embassy in Berlin.