Zulfi Bukhari and Moeed Yusuf meet FM Qureshi to discuss repatriation of Pakistanis

Zulfi Bukhari and Moeed Yusuf

Zulfi Bukhari and Moeed Yusuf meet FM Qureshi to discuss repatriation of Pakistan stranded abroad.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis Zulfi Bukhari and SAPM on National Security Moeed Yousuf who called on Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in Islamabad.

Zulfi Bukhari and Moeed Yusuf

While talking to them, Foreign Minister said the third phase of repatriation of Pakistanis from abroad is successfully underway.

He said we are trying to bring back 7000 Pakistanis on weekly basis.

Shah Mahmood also cited repatriation of 12000 people to date.

He said the number of stranded Pakistanis is increasing day by day.

About 63,000 Pakistanis registered with us so far.

He further said with the cooperation of the provinces, our capacity has been further enhanced.

The FM said it would help in repatriating more and more Pakistanis from abroad.

Qureshi said to effectively curb the spread of Corona pandemic, implementation of SOPs on testing and quarantine facilities at airports across the country is being ensured.

Furthermore, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said the government is also making every effort to address the economic implications caused by the pandemic.

Meanwhile, SAPMs Zulfi Bukhari and Moeed Yousuf acknowledged and appreciated the efforts of Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi for the repatriation of overseas Pakistanis.

According to the NCOC, Coronavirus has killed 301 people in Pakistan  on Tuesday.

Moreover, number of confirmed coronavirus cases in has soared to 14,079.

National command and Operation Centre also reported 3233 patients recovered so far.
Coronavirus has killed 301

Notably, 301 have died, including 20 deaths during last 24 hours.


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