Stranded Pakistanis in Moscow arrive back home

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 Stranded Pakistanis in Moscow arrive back home
MOSCOW:  48 Stranded Pakistanis in Moscow arrived back home while remaining 84 others will arrive tonight.

 

Foreign Office has confirmed the report and claimed that it become possible through their intervention.

 

It claimed that they are trying to know the reason why these Pakistanis were detained by Russian authorities and will discuss the matter with Russian Embassy in Islamabad.

 

Foreign Office spokesman Qazi Khalil said “We are still awaiting details as to what happened and why these Pakistanis are being repatriated.  We are going to take up this issue with the Russian Embassy in Islamabad.”

 

Earlier, Russian authorities at Moscow airport detained these traders in a room for 24 hours and claimed that they did not have complete legal documents.

 

These traders belong to different cities of the country and went to Moscow to participate in a mobile phones’ convention.