Archive ref no: NCA-19185
Praised work of RNA in Burundi
The second batch of the Royal Nepalese Army (RNA), Special Force Company (Peacekeeping Force) which is deployed in Burundi for maintaining peace at the call of the United Nation has safely freed two military observers from Senegal and Mali working with the same mission from the captivity of the rebels.
The two UN observers were abducted along with their vehicles by the rebels in Masa village in Burundi.
The force commander of the ONUB has also presented a letter of commendation to the company in appreciation of its successful discharging of duty not only in the country but also in a foreign country.
05 July 2005