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    118 Nepalis who were trapped in Afghanistan have returned home, with 256 in contact with the authorities.

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    On Tuesday, a total of 118 Nepalis landed in Kathmandu, 256 registering their information on the Department of Consular Services’ web portal (DoCS).

    The Nepali migrant workers sent to Nepal in conjunction friendly nations, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA).

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    Following their COVID-19 tests, they are all being monitored in the COVID-19 Crisis Management Centre (CCMC) in Samakhushi, Kathmandu Metropolis.

    Similarly, Indians on the same flight tested for COVID-19 and afterwards turned over to Indian Embassy personnel in Kathmandu.

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    Nepalis who rescued from Afghanistan and in Kuwait on Tuesday night, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    The Ministry has asked Nepalis in Afghanistan to stay put until they are rescued, and to keep in touch the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Department of Civil Aviation, and the Nepalese Embassy in India. The administration has also asked manpower agencies involved in deploying Nepali workers through the legal system to help with the rescue effort.

    On cell phone Viber and WhatsApp, stranded Nepalis in Afghanistan can call the Department of Consular Services (DCS) at 977-9749326458, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) at 977-9749326459, and the Embassy of Nepal in India at 918929601925.


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