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Government restrict foreign visits of ministers and staff

2023 Mar 15, 16:30,

The government has decided to restrict foreign visits of ministers and high-ranking officials.

While announcing the decision of the Cabinet meeting, Government Spokesperson and Minister of Communication and Information Technology Rekha Sharma has informed that it has been decided to restrict visits.

The government has informed that the ministers and other high-ranking employees of the government of Nepal have decided not to travel abroad except in cases of extreme necessity.

Similarly, the government has also decided to form an implementation facilitation committee under the coordination of the secretary of the office of the prime minister and the council of ministers for the implementation of the report of the high-level salary facility commission formed under the coordination of former chief secretary Leelamani Paudyal.

Similarly, it has been decided to maintain uniformity in study visa fees between Nepal and the United States. The government has decided to use the forest area for the construction of a 132 KV transmission line of the Lower Likhu hydropower project.

Spokesman Sharma informed that the government has decided to use the national forest area to upgrade the Rampur Health Chowki Udaipur to a basic hospital with 10 beds.

Likewise, the government has also decided to extend the deadline of the Yeti Air crash investigation commission by 45 days.


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