Pakistan mostly permitted international flights to continue on Sunday to bring back more residents abandoned in different nations on account of the coronavirus, more than a quarter of a year after they were suspended as a feature of the nation’s endeavors to stem the spread of the virus.
The nation had shut its airspace for worldwide trips on March 21 for about fourteen days and afterward broadened the suspension a few times as the Covid-19 circumstance deteriorated in the nation.
Presently the administration has revived 25% of the nation’s flights with the goal that the residents stuck abroad could return.
Leader Imran Khan has pledged that the legislature would take each conceivable measure to encourage the residents coming back to the nation in the wake of losing their abroad work as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Overseas workers have suffered the most in this pandemic but have shown great courage and made us proud,” the prime minister tweeted.
“There are many examples where the Pakistani community [living aboard] has been a source of inspiration, helping those around in need,” he added.