A second batch of Pakistani citizens in the UAE have returned home on special repatriation flights from Dubai.
Four Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) planes, carrying 1,000 passengers left for Lahore and Karachi on Monday.
Most of them were people with expired visas, medical emergencies, as well as those repatriating mortal remains.
The first repatriation flight took off on Saturday and more such services will be operating in the coming days.
Around 40,000 Pakistanis in the UAE have registered with their Consulate to be flown home.
The third phase for repatriating 🇵🇰 nationals will start from 20-28 April 2020 through twenty special flights.— Spokesperson 🇵🇰 MoFA (@ForeignOfficePk) April 19, 2020
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