Pakistan News: Spokesman Foreign Office Tehmina Janjua said Pakistan respected the decision approved by the United Nations; the decision to impose a no-fly zone over Libya did not apply on passenger planes.
Tehmina Janjua said those Pakistani refugees were still recurring from Libya. She said Pakistani diplomat to Libya was under-advice to assist Pakistani nationals in the North African country.
Pakistan International Airlines – PIA has already took 5,322 Pakistanis back to the Pakistan on six special PIA Flights.
Some 15,000 to 20,000 Pakistanis stuck in Libya, whereas a Monitoring Committee set up in Overseas Pakistanis Foundation – OPF was observe the condition there and coordinating for an early repatriation of stranded persons.