Flight carrying 93 Pakistanis from Sudan-Pakistan reached Islamabad Pipa News

Flight carrying 93 Pakistanis from Sudan-Pakistan reached Islamabad

A PIA flight carrying 93 Pakistanis arrived in Islamabad on Monday from Sudan, where fighting continued for the third week despite a ceasefire between the country’s rival military forces.

“93 Pakistani nationals stranded in Sudan arrived at Islamabad International Airport via PK754 today,” the Foreign Office (FO) said in a tweet today.

He was received by Overseas Pakistanis and Minister for Human Resource Development Sajid Hussain Turi and Advisor to the Prime Minister Amir Muqam. radio pakistan,

The FO has said that all of the approximately 1,000 Pakistanis in Sudan will be evacuated in the next 24 to 48 hours.

Turi said that out of 1,200 Pakistanis living in Sudan, about 500 have returned to their country. He said that the government is bearing all the expenses.

Earlier, the FO had thanked the Saudi Foreign Ministry for facilitating the evacuation process “at this difficult time”.

The FO was responding to the Saudi Foreign Ministry’s statement that the 36 Pakistanis had arrived in Jeddah via a transport aircraft of the Royal Saudi Air Force.

The press release further stated that an unspecified number of Pakistanis had also arrived via ship.

Rival Sudanese forces on Sunday announced an extension of a ceasefire they have largely violated, as warplanes roared and ground fighting continued in Sudan’s capital.

Deadly hostilities between the army and heavily armed paramilitary forces in Khartoum and other parts of the country have entered a third week.

The latest widely disbanded ceasefire was due to formally expire at midnight (2200 GMT) before the rival forces announced an extension for 72 hours, with what the Sudanese military said was a “US and Saudi mediation”. The reason came


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