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May 6, 2020

Stranded Nepalis on leave to be flown to Korea on May 12

Kathmandu: Nepali migrant workers for South Korea who are stranded in Nepal on leave after the nationwide lock down due to COVID-19 are going to be flown to Korea on May 12.

Non Resident Nepalis Association  (NRNA) chapter of South Korea requested the government of Nepal to make arrangement for the return flight of at least 800 Nepali migrant workers whose jobs are at stake after the country imposed lock down and they were stranded in Nepal.
In prompt response, the meeting of council of ministers had decided to send the stranded migrant workers to South Korea by May 12 via chartered flight on their own.

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