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Nepali Home Minister Commends Narconon International for Saving Lives - Reuters
8 September 2009, 10:05 pm

Nepali Home Minister Commends Narconon International for Saving Lives
Reuters

After attending a Narconon drug rehab graduation ceremony, the Minister asks
for continuing cooperation

KATHMANDU, Nepal, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- "That Narconon International is
producing real, life-saving results I personally saw in the eyes of your
graduates in Narconon Nepal," wrote State Minister for Home Affairs Rizwan
Ansari to Clark Carr, president of the international Narconon network, in a
formal commendation. The Home Ministry presented the document to Mr. Carr at
the conclusion of an August 2009 technical and administration inspection visit
Narconon International had paid to the new and growing Narconon Nepal drug
rehabilitation center in Kathmandu.

"Nepal faces fearsome problems with drugs," continued the Minister. "My
ministry is seriously trying to cope with and solve this problem. In this
regard, we will expect and appreciate the continuing cooperation of Narconon
International."

Read more at http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS22205+09-Sep-2009+PRN20090909

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