EU will remove Nepal from its safety list soon: Minister



Minister of , Tourism and Civil Aviation Yogesh Bhattarai has claimed that Nepal is all set to get removed from the list of flight restrictions imposed by the European Union. Launching the Report 2020 today, he mentioned that the aviation sector of the country has achieved satisfactory progress in recent days and rectified the lapses mentioned by the EU while putting Nepal in its list.

“So far the domestic aviation sector has achieved satisfactory progress and met the demands of the EU as well, thus, I am confident that the EU will remove Nepal from its safety list very soon,” the minister stated.

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He further said that the safety standard of Nepal’s aviation sector is also high comparatively and the flight safety report of the (CAAN) has also stated that there is no need of further listing Nepal in the EU’s safety list.

The government will soon begin the procedure to submit a proposal to the EU requesting it to remove Nepal from its safety list by completing all the due legal processes, Minister Bhattarai added. Meanwhile, he said that the procedure to split CAAN into separate operational and bodies is in the final phase.

“A bill with a provision to split CAAN into two separate bodies has already been submitted to the Parliament and is in approval process and we

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