No Hungarian casualties reported in Nepal earthquake
The earthquake in Nepal Sunday, which caused the death of more than 2,300 people, has claimed no Hungarian casualties so far, Hungarian online daily index.hu reported. Andrea Vajna, Hungary’s consul in New Delhi, said that the 15 Hungarian tourists in Kathmandu are not among the casualties of the earthquake, and they departed from the country to Hungary yesterday.
There are 13 more Hungarians who were in Nepal at the time of the earthquake, of whom the consulate has not yet received information. The Hungarian Baptist Aid rescue team, dubbed Rescue 24, left for Nepal yesterday in order to offer their help.
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