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August 31, 2020

Nepal to deal with Finland, Indonesia and Russia for air service accord

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Kathmandu: Nepal government is reportedly preparing to deal with an accord with Finland, Indonesia and Russia for an air services in future.

A high-level government meeting held on Sunday decided to push forward the process for signing an agreement with the three countries including Russia, Finland and Indonesia for air services by keeping in view of the resumption of international flights from September 1.

The high level meeting has also decided to coordinate with all the airlines to ensure that the airfares do not exceed the  previous airfare  charged before the Covid-19 pandemic.

Similarly, a four-member committee formed under the coordination of Joint Secretary Tam Krishna Lamichhane  has been directed to monitor the repatriation of Nepalis from abroad.

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