ISLAMABAD – Ministry of Foreign Affairs have announced that Pakistan fully plans to bring back home 45,000 Pakistanis stranded in different parts of the world, majority of whom in present in the Middle East.
Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, thousands around the world have lost their jobs. Experts estimate the number is about to rise and could be worse than anything the world has seen, economically.
The news was broke out by the Special Assistant to Prime Minister Dr. Moeed Yousuf. Sharing the news on his twitter as follows:
According to Dr. Moeed, around 75,000 Pakistanis have already been bought back home through the help of special flights, following the ease in airspace opening starting from 4th of April, 2020.