Indian embassy in Kuwait Updates Contact Details For Repatriation Queries
Indian Embassy today announced new email address for all queries regarding repatriation.
As per the advisory issued by Indian Embassy, The Embassy has created a new email id for repatriation: email@example.com. All request in this regard should be send to this email address.
“While communicating, you are requested to always quote Embassy registration number and the compelling reason, contact number and the preferred airport in India”, embassy said.
The embassy also stressed that it is the only designated authority to select and prioritize travel requests and is not responsible for “unauthorized assurances accepted by intending travelers”.
Several Indians registered in Kuwait’s amnesty scheme held from April 1-30, which permitted residency violators to leave the country without paying any fines while allowing them a chance to return to the country later with the right documents.
Those who availed the amnesty are currently sheltered in facilitation centers in Kuwait, the report said.
Indian missions around the world have been registering citizens stranded when Covid-19-related travel restrictions were put in place by India and other countries, and those who want to return because they have lost their jobs or to meet their families.
India has been under lockdown since March 25 to break the coronavirus chain of transmission. During this time all international (and domestic) flights have been banned, leaving tens of thousands of Indians stranded abroad and thousands of foreign nationals stuck in India.
Kuwait has imposed a total curfew in the country till May 30 to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. During the total curfew everyone is permitted to walk in their own residential area without the use of an vehicle from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.
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Kuwait said that there will be a gradual opening keeping in view of precautionary measures after the period of a total lockdown.