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Pakistan Government special flights from Saudi Arabia and other countries

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Pakistan Government is taking action to bring back the nationals by working with several countries. The flights are scheduled but it may change without prior notice due to the current condition. So, here is the important information on Pakistan Government special flights from Saudi Arabia. Also, other countries where Pakistanis are stranded.

Pakistan Government special flights from Saudi Arabia and other countries

So, the main purpose of these flights is to bring back the national stranded abroad. In one of the tweets by the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and HRD, “Number of stranded Pakistanis in UAE is greater than Saudi Arabia.” Another detail mentioned on their official twitter. “Number of flights and destinations are based on the priority and people traveling.”

*Closed flights imply that they are for a specific category of stranded passengers and are not open to all passengers.

Covid.gov.pk, 2020

Please follow the official link here but share with others so they can get some support: http://www.covid.gov.pk/intl_travellers/flight_info

Finally, the contact details of the Ministry of National Health Services Regulations & Coordination is as follows:

3rd Floor Kohsar Block, Islamabad

Phone: +92-51-9245746

Also the Email address here: contact@nhsrc.gov.pk

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