PAF’s IL-78 aircraft evacuates Pakistani families & students from Turkiye

NationalPAF's IL-78 aircraft evacuates Pakistani families & students from Turkiye

The IL-78 aircraft of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has landed back at PAF Base Nur Khan after a successful mission of providing humanitarian assistance to the earthquake-stricken people of Turkiye.

Owing to efforts of PAF, a number of Pakistani students and families stuck in the area were evacuated through the Ilyushin-78 and returned home safely.

PAF's IL-78 aircraft evacuates Pakistani families & students from TurkiyeOther such missions by PAF in coordination with the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are also in queue to help the earthquake affectees.

Meanwhile, the death toll from deadly earthquake in Turkiye and Syria has risen to more than 33,000.

At least 29,605 people have died in Turkiye while more than 3,500 have been killed in Syria.

The rescue teams are continuing their efforts to find survivors from the rubble a week after the earthquakes devastated both the Countries.

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