ISLAMABAD: Five Pakistan nationals stranded in India due to the coronavirus pandemic successfully returned to the country through Wagah-Attari border on Sunday.
According to a statement issued by the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi, the citizens went to India for medical reasons and were stranded in New Delhi due to coronavirus-related restrictions.
On March 20, four stranded Pakistan nationals were repatriated via Wagah-Attari border.
Pakistan High Commission remained in close contact with the Indian side as well as the relevant authorities in Islamabad to firm up expeditious and safe return of these Pakistanis.
In close coordination with both sides, the mission is making all-out efforts for early return of the remaining Pakistan nationals stranded in India.