A 16-member team led by Bahraini Crown Prince Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum has arrived in Nepal to climb the Mount Everest, world’s highest peak.
The team arrived in a special military flight of the Bahrain Defence Force, according to the Embassy of Nepal in Bahrain.
The team comprising 13 Bahraini and 3 British nationals, will stay in the Himalayan counties for 50 days.
According to the reports, the team will distribute 2,000 doses of vaccines against the COVID-19 to the locals of Chumnubri Rural Municipality-1 in Gorkha district.
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