PIA ready to extradite Pakistanis from Ukraine

PIA ready to extradite Pakistanis from Ukraine

PIA ready to extradite Pakistanis from Ukraine

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has drawn up a comprehensive plan to repatriate more than 2,000 Pakistani nationals who died in Ukraine on the third day of Russia’s military aggression.

In this context, PIA Chief Executive Officer Arshad Malik recently called Pakistan’s ambassador to Ukraine, Noel Khokhara, to inform him of the plan.


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According to the plan, the Pakistani embassy in Ukraine should gather all Pakistanis from the western Ukrainian city of Ternopil and send them to Poland.

As Ukrainian airspace is closed indefinitely, the PIA will deport Pakistani citizens from Poland.

The operation will be carried out by a PIA Boeing 777, and all citizens will leave Pakistan upon arrival in Poland. Until then, the Pakistani embassy in Poland will be responsible for caring for citizens.

It should be noted that the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) continues to ban PIA from entering the airspace of the European Union (EU). However, the national flag bearer is expected to receive a one-time permit on humanitarian grounds to carry out the repatriation operation.


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On the other hand, Pakistan’s embassies in Poland, Romania and Hungary have already announced that Pakistani citizens entering these countries by land will be fully facilitated.

Pakistan’s ambassadors to these countries have assured that all conditions will be created for Pakistani citizens, including visa-free entry, accommodation, meals and travel to Pakistan.

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