Today, an additional 165 Nepalis have returned Nepal from Jazeera Air’s regular flight.
So far, 461 Nepalis have arrived in Kathmandu, and nine more will arrive tonight from regular flights, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Among those rescued are some working in the different sector and those working in various diplomatic missions in Kabul.
The ministry said that the necessary arrangements have been made in the ‘Holding Center’ managed by the Government of Nepal in Samakhusi under the coordination of the Covid Crisis Management Center after completing the immigration and other procedures for those who have arrived in Kathmandu.
Harish Chandra Ghimire, chief of the ministry’s Central Asia, West Asia, and Africa division, said that 310 Nepalis had registered their details on the web portal of the consular services department till 5 pm today.
According to Ghimire, the coordinator of the rescue task force formed by the government to facilitate the safe repatriation of Nepali nationals stranded in Afghanistan, Nepalis registered on the online portal on the Consular Services Department’s website.
Necessary cooperation and coordination are being carried out in the rescue operation by preparing a group list according to the current location and providing it to the allies flying from Kabul.