Pak embassy urges citizens to reach Ternopil via trains at the earliest

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Pak embassy urges citizens to reach Ternopil via trains at the earliest

The Pakistan embassy in Ukraine is working day and night to evacuate citizens stranded in Ukraine in the wake of the Russian invasion.

In a statement issued on Twitter, the embassy informed Pakistanis currently stuck in Kharkiv, “[T]rains are operating from Kharkiv. All students should take [the] first available train and come to Ternopil.”

In an earlier statement, the embassy said that most of the Pakistanis, on its advice, had already left Ukraine. Giving details about the evacuation process, the embassy tweeted that more than 400 had already left Ukraine.

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