KATHMANDU: President Dr Ram Baran Yadav returned to Capital completing his week-long medical trip to Japan on Friday afternoon.
President Dr Yadav was admitted at University of Tokyo Hospital on June 18. However, he was declared normal after series of diagnostics, and subsequently discharged.
The Head of the State landed at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) at around 12:30 pm.
Yadav had left for Japan on June 17, after Dhapasi-based Grande Hospital reportedly diagnosed lesion in his large intestine.
Interim government Chairman Khil Raj Regmi along with other top government officials welcome President Dr Ram Baran Yadav upon his arrival at TIA after completing his week-long medical trip to Japan on Friday, June 28, 2013. Photo: RSS
Responding to the mediapersons after his arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, President Dr. Yadav said all suspicions regarding his health problems were resolved as no signs of the disease suspected were seen from different check-ups.
Stating that he had no problems on his health now and said, "I am happy that everything has been clear and express gratitude to all Nepali people at home and abroad for their goodwill, love and best wishes received in course of my treatment."
President Dr. Yadav also appreciated the Government of Japan and doctors concerned for their support and hospitality he received during his medical examination, RSS said.
The medical tests of the President was carried out under the supervision of an expert team led by Prof. Toshiaki Watanabe.
The world famous hospital for research and innovations, has been providing medical services since 1998. The Council of Ministers had decided to send him to Japan for treatment as problem was seen in his large intestine.
The President was welcomed at the VVIP Lounge of the Tribhuvan International Airport by Vice President Parmanand Jha and Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Khil Raj Regmi.
Also present at the airport to welcome the president were ministers, high ranking government officials, heads of diplomatic missions and security chiefs.