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Nepal, Israel enjoys cordial relation: DPM Yadav

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By A Staff Reporter
Kathmandu, Sept. 17: The Embassy of Israel in Nepal donated useful medical equipment brought from Israel to Dhulikhel Hospital and Siddhi Memorial Foundation for better treatment of mothers and newborns.
Speaking at the closing ceremony organised by the Embassy of Israel in Nepal on Monday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health and Population Upendra Yadav thanked the Embassy of Israel stating that the health of pregnants had its impact on health of baby and supporting them by the embassy meant a lot.
“Nepal and Israel have been enjoying the cordial relationship since 1960. Since then, Israel has been supporting and cooperating in different sectors of health, education, agriculture and others,” added DPM Yadav.
“Nepal appreciates Israeli support and wish for cooperation in the future as well," he added.
Speaking on the occasion Benny Omer, Ambassador of Israel to Nepal said, “I would like to thank the Israeli doctors who came all the way from Israel and did a wonderful job for the Nepalese people. I really appreciate all the doctors and participants for their active participation and warm hospitality. We look forward to future cooperation in the health sector.”