TOKYO / JAPAN: President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav, who has gone to Japan for his health treatment after suffering from problems in his digestive system, has been admitted to the Tokyo University Teaching Hospital.
According to the Nepali Embassy in Tokyo, President Yadav has been admitted to the hospital soon after he landed at Narita International Airport, Tokyo, this morning.
A specialist team led by Director of the Hospital Prof. Toshiaki Watanabe would formally start tests and examinations of the President’s health from tomorrow. The hospital, one of the world’s leading medical institutions both in terms of research and innovation, has been providing medical services since 1998.
President Dr. Yadav was welcomed at the airport by Nepalese Ambassador to Japan, his spouse, officials at the Embassy and representatives of different organizations of Nepalis. Speaking briefly with members of the Nepali community at the Narita International Airport, President Yadav, who looked quite relaxed and cheerful despite the overnight flight, assured that he was fine and had no problem as far as his health was concerned and there was absolutely no cause for worry.
President Dr. Yadav has been suffering from problems in his digestive system for some weeks. Doctors in Kathmandu detected a lesion in his large intestine, and recommended him to go abroad for further diagnosis and treatment. On the recommendation of the medical board under the Ministry of Health, the government on Sunday approved the President’s medical trip to Japan and decided to bear all the expenses incurred in his treatment and Japan stay.
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