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On the sidelines of the NRN conference, Yadav is also scheduled to inaugurate Nepal House that has been built at the initiative of Russian billionaire Ruslan Basirov and NRN-Russia at the cost of US $ 1.5 million.
Talking to Qatar Tribune, President of NRNA, Qatar chapter, Narendra Bhat said, "The meet, the second in this region, focused mainly on safe migration for Nepalese interested in going for foreign jobs." According to Bhat, the conference discussed various issues such as providing right information about foreign employment, establishment of foreign employment help centres in local government bodies, implementation of the past recommendations of the NRNA on the formulation of foreign employment policy, safety, rights of woman migrant workers and co-operation among the private sectors, the Nepali government and NRN, among others.
The meet called on the government to implement the NRN Act of 2007 and the Non-Resident Nepalese Regulation of 2009, including dual citizenship.
As stated in the declaration, the bank officials of Nepal, who were present in the conference already committed to ease the bank requirements for NRNs intending to avail of the bank's loan facility.
The 12-point declaration, which highlighted the three-day regional conference on 'Safe Migration and Collective Investment that opened on Friday, also urged the Nepalese expatriates to take full advantage of the provisions of the Non-resident Nepali Act of 2007 and Non-Resident Nepalese (NRN) Regulation of 2009.
Rameshwar Shah, regional conference coordinator and treasurer of NRN Global, the organisers of the convention, told Khaleej Times that the Non-Resident Nepalese Act of 2007 allowed Nepali expatriates to invest in any industry in their country in dollars and could get it back in dollars.
Howard Dean, who ran as a liberal firebrand--despite a record as a fiscal conservative who won the NRNs endorsement in Vermont--famously fizzled.
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