We have brought back 33 thousand stranded Pakistanis from over 55 countries after the outbreak of Coronavirus, the Special Assistant to Prime Minister on National Security Moeed Yusuf said, adding that from 1st to 10th of next month, 20 thousand more overseas Pakistanis will be brought back home.
Moeed Yusuf stated this while addressing a news conference in Islamabad on Saturday. He said facilitating laborers in gulf countries is our priority.
The Special Assistant said taking care of balance between health and economy, Civil Aviation Authority has opened outbound flights. He said a comprehensive policy to facilitate the stranded Pakistanis will be announced soon.
Talking abound land borders, he said our frontiers with China and India are closed while goods transport has been allowed on Torkham and Chaman border for six days a week.