KATHMANDU, April 12 -- Nepal Army has said that its contingent would continue to stay in troubled Libyan capital city of Tripoli as long as the UN office decides to stay there.

Newly-appointed NA Spokesperson Bigyan Dev Pandey said that there is no question of withdrawing Nepali troop unless UN itself decides to pull out its office.

"Our position is clear. Our troops will continue to guard the United Nations Office in Tripoli as long as the UN decides to keep its office there," he said.

Brigadier General Pandey dismissed rumors that NA was planning to immediately withdraw its troops from Libya. UN office has been monitoring the security situation after Libyan national Army led by General Khalifa Haftar stepped up offensive against Trip...