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Around 100,000 people left Kuwait in June: 30,000 Indians

Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Around 100,000 people left Kuwait in June: 30,000 Indians

Based on the statistics released by the Director-General of Civil Aviation, 102,623 people left Kuwait in the month of June, reported Al Qabas Arabic newspaper. 590 flights were operated from Kuwait International Airport to various destinations carrying the people who wish to leave Kuwait including the deportees.

According to the report, Egyptian community tops the list. Around 49,986 Egyptians left the country in 293 flights in June followed by 30,033 Indian left in 185 flights.

6492 expats left to Qatar in 32 flights. These are mainly European and American nationals where they travel through Qatar to their destination.

The total number of departures to Iran is 2,500 Iranians on 11 flights. At the same time, 2022 passengers departed to Bangladesh on seven flights, and 2113 left to Nepal on 15 trips, while the total departures to Ethiopia reached 1386 passengers on ten trips, followed by Sudan and Pakistan with a total number of 725 passengers in 4 flights.

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Saturday, July 4, 2020
Kuwait is one of the few countries in the word with number of expats more than locals. It is clear that the current percentage of locals versus expats is not sustainable. It is also clear that kuwait gouvernement have to take actions to fix this situation especially when one community is almost approaching number of locals, this will cretae lobbying, networking, ... that will lead to fragility of the administration against this community.
I beleive the best way to fight against this situation is to put stict filters for entrance

Friday, July 3, 2020
As per a research article in Gulf International forum, nearly 5 to 7.5 lakhs expats will leave Kuwaiit in the next one year.

Thursday, July 2, 2020
In my openion still kuwait did a splended job we were feel much more saver s .Any where in the world law s are changing upon the circumstances .myself ill try to hang around as much as I can but any how .may Allah bless kuwait and the government and people of kuwait cause we spend lots of years here and was the best time .

Shaju Kurian
Thursday, July 2, 2020
Absolute right bro. Not only Kuwait but world over this disastrous situation. If expatriate can return to our beloved nation India now and start something own from now better. Whatever money is saved use it wisely and make life enjoyable with family in our home country India which is loveliest country in the world.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Kuwait becoming empty now ..No expats more No future seen here heavy job losses anti expat moves . No stability of job for even one year in major companies here..better to leave and go home and start something on your own and those with families is a great disaster its better to go as soon as possible and live happily for day as life is short!and Covid will teach that money is not everything for all.

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