Plane with rescued Nepalis from Israel to land in Nepal at 9 pm « Khabarhub
Saturday, July 20th, 2024

Plane with rescued Nepalis from Israel to land in Nepal at 9 pm

12 October 2023  

Time taken to read : 2 Minute

  • A
  • A
  • A

KATHMANDU: A Nepal Airlines plane that left for Israel this morning to bring back the Nepali nationals who want to return home in the aftermath of the Palestinian militant group Hamas’ recent attack will return to Nepal at 9 pm today.

The plane of the national flag-carrier had flown for Israel at 3.30 am today.

Minister for Foreign Affairs NP Saud himself has left for Israel on the same place for diplomatic coordination for the rescue of the Nepalis from Israel.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ spokesperson Sewa Lamsal said a 250-seat wide-body aircraft of the Nepal Airlines has left for Israel to bring the Nepalis who want to return back to Nepal.

Ten Nepali students were killed and some others were injured in the attack by Hamas group militants in southern part of Israel on Saturday. The status of one student is still not known.

The Nepali Embassy in Israel has been collecting, through online registration system, the names of Nepalis who want to be relocated or rescued to safe places and who want to return back to Nepal. Delay in repatriation of bodies

It is stated that the process of repatriating the bodies of the 10 Nepalis killed in the attack to Nepal is going to take time as the legal process of handing over the bodies has not been completed.

It may be noted that the Government of Israel has declared a war against Hamas. Spokesperson Lamsal said the bodies would be brought to Nepal at the soonest once the Israeli government completed all the legal processes including the post-mortem examination.

Publish Date : 12 October 2023 13:29 PM

Bardiya National Park sees rise on tourist arrival

GULARIYA, BARDIYA: The Bardiya National Park (BNP), a tourist destination

Foreign Ministry urges Nepali students in Dhaka to contact Embassy for necessary assistance

KATHMANDU: The government has urged Nepali residing in Bangladesh to

Today’s national news in a nutshell

Khabarhub brings you a glimpse of major developments of the

Three drown in Kaski

KASKI: Three persons lost lives in two water-related incidents. They

RPP will stand as a strong opposition: Rajendra Lingden

KATHMANDU: Rajendra Lingden, the chairman of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party