London The British government finally decided to launch charter flights to evacuate the British who ended up in Pakistan after this issue was repeatedly raised in this publication on behalf of thousands of suffering travelers.
In a video, the British High Commissioner for Pakistan, Dr. Christian Turner, said: “We know that some of you were disappointed with the PIA during the industrial campaign, cancellations and expenses.”
“Yesterday, the PIA told us that they will no longer fly to the UK every day, so Foreign Minister Dominic Raab agreed that we can now organize a series of charter flights to bring more Britons home.”
Dr. Turner mentioned that it would take at least the rest of this week to resolve charter flights, and emphasized the fact that he had already secured flights for more than 7,500 Britons with the help of Pakistani authorities.
first raised this question on April 8, asking why the UK government does not launch charter flights to Pakistan using a £ 75 million fund to return trapped Brits from various regions, including the Philippines and three cities. from India.
Since then, every day due to the coronavirus pandemic, stories have accumulated about the suffering and suffering of the British, who were in a dire situation after flights between Britain and Pakistan were suspended. Dozens of citizens in distress shared their situation and their reports were divided into several stories.