254 Nepali evacuees from Israel arrive homeForeign Minister Saud says remaining Nepalis requesting repatriation will be rescued soon.
A total of 254 Nepali students rescued from war-hit Israel arrived in Kathmandu in the wee hours of Friday.
A Nepal Airlines 274-seater Airbus A330 that took off from Ben Gurion International Airport at around 5pm NST on Thursday landed in Kathmandu at 2:37am after a stopover in Dubai.
Speaking to the media at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Foreign Minister NP Saud, who had reached Israel to facilitate the rescue mission, said the remaining Nepalis who have requested repatriation would also be rescued soon.
Here are some photos captured by the Post’s photojournalist Angad Dhakal and reporter Suraj Kunwar.