BUCHAREST, Romania: The Embassy of Pakistan in Bucharest has said that 90 Pakistanis have so far been evacuated into Romania during the crisis in Ukraine.
In a press release on Wednesday, the Embassy said that 20 Pakistanis including a group of 19 Pakistani students, the last group evacuation facilitated by Pakistan Embassy in Ukraine, are expected to arrive at border today and will be evacuated.
The Pakistan Embassy in Bucharest has established a Facilitation Camp Office near the northern border of Romania for facilitation of entrants.
A Coordination Cell for coordination with Romanian side has also been set up.
An additional hotline has been established in addition to Embassy’s already existing hotline which is manned round-the-clock.
The detailed information/guidance regarding border crossing points and visas are shared on social media. Individuals are also guided separately when they call on hotline or message through social media.
In coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania, arrangements are in place for immediate entry, temporary stay, medical assistance and further onward transit.
The dedicated transport has been arranged by the Embassy for transferring Pakistanis groups from border to Bucharest. Individual Pakistanis are facilitated at border points in availing public or special transport.
The accommodation arrangements have been made in the Capital Bucharest.
The facilitation is provided in accommodation/flight arrangements as per needs for further transit of Pakistanis who intend to leave for Pakistan or any other destination of their liking.
So far, Embassy-hired accommodation and meals have been provided to 57 Pakistanis during their transit. The accommodation is being hired for a group of 19 students, who are expected today.