99 Nepali migrant workers leave for Israel today

KATHMANDU:- The first batch of 99 Nepali migrant workers selected to work as auxiliary workers in the care giving sector in Israel are leaving today. More than 1000 workers selected for this category are scheduled to leave for Israel in coming weeks.
The first batch is leaving Kathmandu for Israel today after the completion of all the necessary processes with regard to the selection of auxiliary workers in the care giving sector.
Meanwhile, the Government of Nepal and the Government of the State of Israel have decided to establish a Joint Working Team to prepare a bilateral agreement for sending Nepali nationals to work in construction sector in Israel, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The decision came after a constructive dialogue between Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Narayan Khadka and Ambassador of Israel to Nepal Hanan Goder-Goldberger this afternoon.

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