Asad Ali Memon has been evacuated, will be brought back to the country on the first available flight, spokesperson Foreign Office

Islamabad. May 24 (APP): The spokesperson of the Foreign Office has said in response to the media's questions regarding the rescue of Asad Ali Memon, a Pakistani mountaineer stuck on Mount Everest in Nepal, that Asad Ali Memon has been rescued and They have been provided medical assistance.

The Pakistani climber is physically safe and is currently in a hotel in Lukla, a town near the heights of Everest, the spokesman said in a statement on Wednesday. The spokesman said that they will be brought back to the country on the first available flight, in this regard our embassy in Nepal is in touch with Asad Ali Memon and his handling agency.

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