Nepal has told foreign search and rescue teams not to come because there are already enough in the earthquake-hit country, a senior UN official said Wednesday.

Resident coordinator for Nepal Jamie McGoldrick said the government had decided it had enough foreign experts in and around the capital Kathmandu, which has been devastated by a massive quake that struck on Saturday.

“They feel they have enough capacity to deal with the immediate needs in search and rescue,” he told AFP.

“Those that are already en route can come but the others are being told not to.”

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