They urged the government to improve the security situation of the country immediately as development and peace process would be stalled without proper security.
The ambassadors and representatives of donor agencies expressed such views at a briefing on the present security situation jointly organised by the home ministry and the foreign ministry in Singha Durbar, Monday.
There have been three cases of burglaries in my and my subordinates’ residences, said Malaysian ambassador to Nepal Ilankonav Kolandavelu.
I request the government to be serious on the security of diplomats and diplomatic missions, Kolandavelu added.
Japanese ambassador to Nepal Tatsuo Mizuno said diplomats as well as the public were facing difficulties due to frequent road blockades.
Roads are blocked for three/four days even in case of accidents, he said.
Ambassadors of 18 countries and acting ambassadors of India, China and the USA along with representatives of the UN offices in Nepal and most donor agencies including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, USAID, DFID and JICA were present at the briefing.
Speaking at the briefing, home minister Bhim Rawal said, the government was preparing to launch a new security strategy in order to improve the law and order situation. nepalnews.com