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Shahbaz Shareef expresses serious concern over situation of Pakistani students in Bishkek.

ISLAMABAD: The Prime Minister Shahbaz Shareef expressed serious concern over the situation of Pakistani students in Bishkek and ask envoy to help the Pakistani students in Bishkek.

In a post on his X handle, he said Pakistan’s Ambassador has been directed to provide all necessary help and assistance to the students.

He said Prime Minister Office is also in touch with the Embassy and constantly monitoring the situation.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif held a telephonic conversation with the Pakistani Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan Hasan Ali Zaigham and directed him to provide every kind of support and help to Pakistani students in the current situation in Kyrgyzstan.

The Prime Minister instructed the Ambassador to visit the hostels and meet the students, he asked the ambassador to keep in constant touch with parents of the students and provide timely information to them.

The Prime Minister instructed the embassy to provide medical facilities to the injured students, he said immediate arrangements should be made for those injured students who want to return to Pakistan and the government will bear the cost in this regard.

The Prime Minister said he is personally monitoring the situation in Kyrgyzstan. He assured that Pakistani students will not be left alone in this situation and that the government is also in touch with the government of Kyrgyzstan.

The ambassador informed the Prime Minister about the situation and said that no Pakistani was killed in the incident and the embassy is assisting the injured students.