Government bringing Nepalis from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Myanmar today in the first phase
The Non-Resident Nepalis Association (NRNA) has prepared the preliminary list of nearly 40 thousand Nepalis in various countries in the Middle East who want to return home. The NRNA's abroad-based units have been collecting names of Nepalis who want to return home.
As per the data made available by NRNA, 18,000 Nepalis in the UAE, 8400 in Qatar, 6500 in Saudi Arabia, 300 in Bahrain and 700 in Oman want to return home. Similarly, 6200 Nepalis want to return home from Malaysia.
NRNA is facilitating in the repatriation of Nepalis from various countries in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. The government is starting repatriation of Nepalis abroad from today and bringing Nepalis from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Myanmar in the first phase.
NRNA president Kumar Panta expressed happiness that the government has started bringing home Nepali citizens who were stranded abroad for long. Panta said the National Coordination Committee (NCC) of NRNA are ready to facilitate in the repatriation of fellow citizens home. NRNA has directed all its branches in various countries to facilitate the repatriation process working together with the Nepali embassies and diplomatic missions around the world.
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