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DoCS to coordinate with local levels to address problems facing Nepali people in foreign land


06 September 2021  

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KATHMANDU: The Department of Consular Services under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will coordinate with local governments in a bid to address problems facing Nepali people in a foreign land in a speedy and easy way.

The Department’s effort aims to deal with problems and issues facing Nepali people in foreign countries like legal cases, treatment, and rescue, and repatriation of their bodies back to Nepal in an easy and prompt way, said the Department Director-General, Dhan Bahadur Oli.

The Department will make arrangements for those Nepali people stranded and facing various problems in foreign countries to apply for their rescue and repatriation from the country where they have been living, he said.

This service will come into implementation from September 10.

This drive would start from Kathmandu, he said. There is a need for cooperation to establish contact and communicate relating to details of those Nepalis facing problems in a foreign land. So this campaign would be much effective, Oli believed.

Relatives and families of those Nepalis facing difficulties in foreign countries can connect online so as to facilitate to collect of necessary documents relating to the Nepalis facing problems in foreign countries, he said.

They can report to the concerned authority once there has been a delay in the collection of documents to the stranded Nepali people.

Publish Date : 06 September 2021 15:35 PM

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