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Govt. decides to send NA peacekeepers to Syria; Chanda appointed as judge of Labour Court


KATHMANDU: As the Nepali Peacekeepers have been making remarkable contribution to the United Nations Peacekeeping Missions, the Government of Nepal has accepted the request of the United Nations to further support its bid to restore peace across the globe.

The Nepal government on Thursday accepted the United Nations’ request to deploy 260 more Nepal Army troop as part of his peacekeeping mission in Syria.

A cabinet meeting approved decided to give permission for the deployment of the NA personnel in the war-ravaged west Asian nation. Government spokesperson Madhav Poudel said after the cabinet meeting that two batches of NA troops (130 in each) will be sent to Syria in July and September.

The United Nations Supervision Mission in Syria (UNSMIS) is a peacekeeping mission established in 2012 as a result of UN Security Council Resolution 2043 in response to the Syrian civil war.

Similarly, the meeting also decided to appoint Dhir Bahadur Chand as judge of the Labour Court as per the recommendation by the Legal Service Commission. He was previously serving as registrar at the Special Court.

Likewise, the meeting has given the authority to take decision on budgetary assistance of Rs 2.83 billion to be given by IDO for the sustainability of co-operatives in Nepal to the secretary of Finance Ministry and its joint secretary.

Likewise, the meeting has endorsed the concept paper of 13th national planning. Likewise, the meeting also decided to dissolve the Hetauda-based Cattle Feed Committee giving retirement to all of its staff effective from Thursday.

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