Nepal bans citizens from working in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Libya

Posted on:25 Jun 2016 17:51:03

Nepal bans citizens from working in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Libya
25 June 2016 Current Affairs GK: Nepal has  banned its citizens from working in strife-torn Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Libya on 24 June 2016. The decision was made at a cabinet meet after 13 Nepali security guards were killed in a Taliban suicide bombing in Kabul.

Nepali nationals killed in Afghanistan were employed as security guards in the Canadian embassy in Kabul. They were killed when militants exploded a bomb in a minibus on 20 June 2016.

Decision of Nepali government :  It decided to suspend issuing labour permits to Nepalese nationals in four conflict-hit countries, namely Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Libya.

It also decided to hold diplomatic talks with the Afghanistan government in order to guarantee the security and safety of the Nepalese in Afghanistan and also to provide necessary support for those willing to return home.

It will provide 10 lakh Nepalese Rupee as compensation to families of the victims.It has also made arrangements for the treatment of those injured in the attack by Taliban. It also decided to ask the Canadian government to provide compensation to the families of the dead.

As per reports, the killed Nepali security guards were not directly employed by the embassy but were hired by a British agency. In total, 147 Nepalis were working as security guards in the Canadian embassy in Kabul.

Nepal government also evacuated 24 other Nepalese nationals who were working as security guard in the Canadian Embassy in Kabul following the terror attack.

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