Deputy PM Ishaq Dar, Federal Minister Amir Muqam’s Visit to Bishkek Postponed

Sun May 19 2024
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ISLAMABAD: Government sources have confirmed the postponement of the scheduled visit of Deputy Prime Minister of Pakistan Ishaq Dar and Federal Minister Amir Muqam to Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, following the recent attacks on foreign students in the city.

Initially planned as a response to the concerning situation, the visit has been delayed due to ongoing developments in Bishkek.

While media reports cited the situation in Bishkek as the primary reason for the postponement, Deputy Prime Minister Ishaq Dar and Federal Minister Amir Muqam, along with Federal Information Minister Attaullah Tarar, are expected to convene a press conference shortly.

During this briefing, they will address the nation regarding the decision to postpone the Bishkek visit and provide updates on the situation of Pakistani students in Kyrgyzstan.

This decision underscores the government’s commitment to closely monitoring the situation and ensuring the safety and well-being of Pakistani citizens abroad. The press conference aims to keep the public informed about the government’s response to the evolving circumstances and reassure them of the authorities’ proactive measures in safeguarding Pakistani interests.

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