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Ten people rescued from Afghanistan in Kathmandu


02 September 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Ten Nepali nationals rescued from Afghanistan arrived here Thursday.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) stated that coordination is being made with the concerned agencies to repatriate those waiting for the rescue flight in Kabul. The ministry said the government was in regular contact with everyone in Kabul.

A total of 857 people have been rescued from Afghanistan so far and all of them have returned home, the ministry said in a press release Thursday afternoon. Upon their arrival, they have been managed by the COVID-19 Crisis Management Center (CCMC) by completing due process as per the health standards.

The ministry has also requested those in Afghanistan to register their names with the online portal on the Consular Services website and the department, the MoFA, the Ministry’s Situation Room and the Nepali Embassy in New Delhi.

Publish Date : 02 September 2021 21:25 PM

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