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Pakistan Embassy in Ukraine asks students to reach Ternopil

In a series of tweets, Pakistan Embassy in Ukraine is releasing directions and advising stuck Pakistani students. As Russia began its military onslaught on Ukraine, Pakistan Embassy assured students of safe evacuation.

Pakistan Embassy in Ukraine gets proactive as Pakistani students call for immediate evacuation from Ukraine amid escalating tensions between Ukraine and Russia.

In the latest statement released by the Pakistan Embassy in Ukraine, the Pakistani students studying in Ukraine are advised to reach Ternopil to initiate their evacuation. In a series of tweets, Pakistan Embassy in Ukraine is releasing directions and advising stuck Pakistani students.

As Russia began its military onslaught on Ukraine, Pakistan Embassy asked students to move to Ternopil. “The Airspace of Ukraine is closed. The Embassy is in touch with the students who couldn’t leave according to the Advice given to them earlier. They have been asked to go to Ternopil. Where arrangements for their evacuation will be made as the situation allows,” said Pakistan Embassy in a tweet yesterday.

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In another tweet, a few hours later, Pakistan Embassy made another announcement on Twitter that read: “Important Announcement Air space of Ukraine is closed. All Pakistani students are advised to remain in their locations till the situation allows evacuation.”

It again called out students to move to Ternopil from where they will begin evacuation. Pakistan Embassy has also provided a series of contact numbers to contact them.

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Pakistan Foreign Office in its latest statement has assured that all the Pakistani students in Ukraine are safe and that the embassy is fully active in facilitating the students. “Announcement As the situation improves, all Pakistani students should move to Ternopil to enable evacuation. @ForeignOfficePk,” said Foreign Office.

The statement further informs that Pakistan has established two facilitation centers in Ternopil and Lviv Railway Station. Students are expected to be evacuated to Poland, Hungary, and Romania. So far embassy has gathered 35 students in Ternopil who will be evacuated soon.