Revenue of Rs. 50 million through passport camp in Portugal

Lisbon, May 18: Revenue of Rs. 52.2 million has been collected from the passport service camp that was operated to Nepali immigrants facing passport related problems in Portugal.

Deepak Adhikari, Non-Resident Nepali Ambassador to Portugal and also the Ambassador to France said that the month-long camp held in Portugal raised it.

A total of 2,308 Nepali people had submitted applications for e-passport through direct registration system. After completion of the process, passports would be distributed to concerned Nepali immigrants through the Consulate of Nepal in Lisbon.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal had run the camp. Passport Department’s Section Officer Ranjeeta Dahal provided the passport service to the needy people in coordination and facilitation of the Honorary Consulate of Nepal in Lisbon.


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