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PM Khan displeased with Pakistani diplomats in UAE, Saudi Arabia

Says investigation ongoing into alleged mistreatment of overseas Pakistanis

SAMAA | - Posted: May 5, 2021 | Last Updated: 5 months ago
SAMAA |
Posted: May 5, 2021 | Last Updated: 5 months ago

Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed on Wednesday displeasure over mistreatment of overseas Pakistanis by diplomats at the country's foreign missions and embassies.

The prime minister was addressing Pakistani diplomats across the world through a video link. Embassies' treatment of Pakistani citizens is not good, he said.

PM Khan said this indifference of diplomats is unacceptable. He was particularly displeased with Pakistani diplomats appointed in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

The number of complaints in Saudi Arabia and the UAE was high, according to the Pakistan premier. Complaints were received against embassies on the citizen's portal too.

"Pakistani embassies cannot continue to function the way they have been functioning," he said, adding that the complaints from Saudi Arabia were being investigated.

"We wish for their treatment of overseas Pakistanis to improve," PM Khan said.

He said overseas Pakistanis are their asset and they saved the country from going bankrupt.
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