NATTA asks Govt. to create environment for foreign Nationals to return home

Kathmandu / May 19: Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agents (NATTA) has demanded that the government create environment for foreign nationals arrived here for Nepal visit to return home.

Issuing a press release on Tuesday, Acting President of NATTA, Binay Basnet, urged the government for the same.

According to NATTA, the foreign tourists are stranded due to suspension of domestic and international flights following second wave of Covid-19.

The press statement reads, “The data of foreign tourists should be collected and two-three regular international flights should be operated at least a week.”

It also urged government to give permission for regular flights from May 25 as well as drew government’s attention to grant permission for chartered flights towards international destinations.

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