Ukraine crisis

PIA plane to fetch over 300 wrecked Pakistanis home tonight and PIA plane vacate for Poland to convey back quit Pakistanis.

In war-hit Ukraine, As part of the government’s exertions to repatriate foundered Pakistanis, a Pakistan International Airline (PIA) hired flight vacated for Poland to bring back the countrymen on Tuesday; who were quit to Warsaw temporarily following the Russian foray.

At 7:23, The PIA flight PK-7787 flew from Allama Iqbal International Airport and will land at 10 am in European Time in Warsaw, according to a spokesperson of the national flag carrier. At the Islamabad International Airport, the special plane will reach back with over 300 Pakistanis on council tonight.

According to the spokesperson, more flights will also proceed to vacate the stranded Pakistanis in line with the guides of the state. 

When the predicament began on February 24 in Ukraine, there were around 7,000 Pakistanis; in the community 4,000, students 3,000, the majority of whom had already quit the country on the concern of the Pakistan Embassy policy.

98% Pakistanis vacated from Ukraine embassy

Pakistan had almost completed the evacuation of its citizens stranded on March 4; in Ukraine due to the Russian foray.

 In Kyiv, Russian energies are yet to conquer the government, but thousands were registered to have been wounded and; in the week, more than a million people had escaped Ukraine since President Vladimir Putin summoned the biggest foray on a European form since 1945. Read more

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