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Kyrgyzstan Situation is Normal, One Pakistani Still Under Treatment: Dar Confirms


Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar has announced that two of the three Pakistani students injured during the recent unrest in Kyrgyzstan have been discharged from the hospital.

One student, however, remains under medical treatment. This information was shared by Dar during a press conference held in Islamabad.

Dar explained that after participating in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Foreign Ministers’ Council meeting in Astana, he traveled to Bishkek.

During his visit, the Kyrgyz administration provided him with a comprehensive briefing on the recent disturbances in the city. He assured that the situation in Bishkek has since returned to normal.

In his discussions with the Kyrgyz Foreign Minister, Dar addressed the well-being of the Pakistani students.

The Kyrgyz Foreign Minister assured him that there was no cause for concern regarding their safety. Dar added that the Kyrgyz President has taken serious notice of the unrest in Bishkek and has ordered the arrest of those responsible for the violence.

Despite these reassurances, Dar noted that the affected students remain in a state of fear following the incidents. To address their concerns and investigate the unrest, a fact-finding committee has been established.

Dar also highlighted the presence of around 1,100 Pakistani workers in Bishkek, who were sent there through a Pakistani recruitment agent.

He mentioned that the Kyrgyz Deputy Prime Minister has promised to issue visas for these workers, facilitating their continued employment in the country.

Regarding his visit to Kazakhstan, Dar stated that he represented Pakistan at the SCO Foreign Ministers’ Council meeting in Astana.

During the meeting, he engaged in fruitful discussions with various regional leaders, addressing significant geopolitical issues and strengthening diplomatic ties.

Dar’s visit underscores Pakistan’s commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of its citizens abroad, as well as its active participation in regional cooperation through platforms like the SCO.

His efforts in both Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan reflect a proactive approach to addressing international concerns and fostering diplomatic relations.

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