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Chandy seeks help for nurses stranded in Libya

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New Delhi/Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has sought the help of Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj to evacuate 80 nurses from Kerala who are stranded in Benghazi Medical Centre, Libya.

Chandy, who was in Delhi, on Tuesday requested Swaraj to do the needful and handed over the details of the nurses to be evacuated.

Chandy also expressed his sincere gratitude for the successful evacuation of hundreds of Keralites including nurses from Iraq and Libya last year and early this year.

These 80 nurses are now stranded at the Benghazi Medical Centre, Libya and had approached the Chandy government for help.

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