Kuwait: The Kuwait government on Wednesday allowed the resumption of direct commercial flights with India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Nepal and Sri Lanka, while adhering to the covid-19 measures set by Kuwait’s ministerial coronavirus emergency committee, Kuwait news agency (KUNA) reported.
The decision was made during a cabinet meeting which is expected to be implemented from Sunday Aug 22, 2021, the flights would be subject to measures by the Kuwait’s Ministerial coronavirus emergency committee.
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