The Pakistani ambassador to France, Moin ul Haque, assured the Pakistani community in France through a video message in which he ensured that the embassy will not leave Pakistanis alone in the time of grief and lockdown due to the corona virus pandemic.

In his message, the ambassador said that the message was fully aware of the problem faced by Pakistan’s unemployed community members, elders and disabled people who faced difficulties due to the lockdown.

He said the embassy provides them with essential food to help alleviate their suffering. The ambassador said the embassy is also aware of the difficulties facing the stranded Pakistanis. He asked stranded Pakistanis to register with the embassy so that they could file their case with the relevant authorities.

He said the Pakistani government and its people are also fighting corona virus in Pakistan, and national resources are being used to fight this deadly virus. He also prayed for the early recovery of those who were confirmed to be positive with the virus.

He assured the community that the embassy is aware of the problems the community faces when burying corpses and transporting them to Pakistan. He said the embassy would provide all possible help to the bereaved.

He appealed to the wealthy emigrated Pakistanis to register and make a generous contribution to the Prime Minister’s COVID-19 Aid Fund.

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