OFFICIALS say there are still 21 Spaniards missing after the Nepal earthquake which has left at least 7,000 dead.
Missing Spaniards have dropped from an estimated 35 on Saturday to 21 on Monday morning.
A Guardia Civil team on location to help facilitate the search has claimed that the Langtang Valley zone is ‘seriously affected’, according to El Mundo.
Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, minister of Foreign Affairs confirmed that all Spaniards who were known to be in the Everest, Annapurna and Shisha Pagma zones have been contacted.
But that seven Spanish people in the Langtang valley are still missing.
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