Kathmandu- Nepal and Israel have agreed that diplomatic passport holders will not have to obtain an entry permit for 90 days while traveling to each other’s respective countries.
“The agreement was signed by Nepal’s Ambassador to Israel Dr. Anjan Shakya on behalf of the Government of Nepal and the Israeli Foreign Minister on behalf of the Israeli government at a ceremony held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem, Israel, ” the Embassy stated.
Ambassador Shakya suggested that some of Nepal’s best students would be selected to obtain an education from Israel through the ‘Learn and Earn’ project in Nepal. Selected students would undergo an extended training, longer than 11 months, to grow and develop into expert consultants.
According to the Embassy, talks were also held on creating jobs for Nepalis in the caregiving sector and opening the door to other employment opportunities as well.