HC hails Pak diaspora in Australia for relief efforts

CANBERRA: To take stock of the efforts being made to mitigate the difficulties being faced by the Pakistani community in Australia, in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the High Commissioner held a videoconference with the Pakistani community members from NSW and Queensland today.
The High Commissioner took the Pakistani diaspora into confidence about the measures being taken by the Government of Pakistan and the Pakistani Missions in Australia to look after the Pakistanis during these unprecedentedly difficult times. He apprised the community members about the regular inputs being given to the Governments of Pakistan and Australia about various issues being faced by our community including the details of those desirous of returning to the country. He emphasised that the Government of Pakistan was making all possible efforts to facilitate our community abroad including to repatriate them.
The High Commissioner applauded the Pakistani Diaspora in Australia for being at the forefront of the relief efforts for their fellow community members. He briefed about the close coordination of relief efforts by the Pakistan High Commission and its Consulates in Australia with the community.–PR