- Chilean FM thanks Pakistan on behalf of the individuals of Chile and the household of Juan Pablo Mohr for help within the search operations.
- FM Qureshi assured Chile that Pakistan would make all potential efforts to hint the lacking heroes.
- The Alpine Membership of Pakistan has stated that each one overseas climbers have determined to finish the K2 winter expeditions.
ISLAMABAD: Amid the hectic efforts to find the lacking mountaineers, Pakistan has assured the Chilean authorities that it could make all potential efforts to hint the lacking heroes.
The peace of mind was given by International Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi Tuesday throughout his telephonic dialog with Chilean counterpart Andrés Allamand relating to the lacking Chilean mountaineer Juan Pablo Mohr who was on the Okay-2 winter expedition together with Pakistan’s Ali Sadpara and Iceland’s Jon Snorri.
The overseas minister expressed his deep concern over the lacking staff of mountaineers and apprised the Chilean overseas minister of efforts being made by Pakistan to find them, together with a lot of search flights by Pakistan Military Aviation helicopters amid difficult climate situations over a treacherous terrain.
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Qureshi assured the overseas minister of Chile that Pakistan would make all potential efforts to hint the lacking heroes.
Acknowledging the search and rescue operation, Andrés Allamand thanked the Pakistani authorities on behalf of the individuals of Chile and the household of Juan Pablo Mohr for help within the search operations.
In the course of the name, the 2 overseas ministers additionally mentioned bilateral relations and agreed to stay engaged in future each on bilateral and multilateral fora.
The search operation to hint the lacking mountaineers is hampered because of harsh climate situation with their possibilities of survival diminishing every passing day.
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The three-member expedition staff went lacking final week once they had been descending from the height.
K2 winter expeditions ended
The Alpine Membership of Pakistan (ACP) on Tuesday stated that each one overseas climbers have determined to finish the K2 winter expeditions.
Based on ACP Secretary Karar Haideri all overseas climbers on the K2 base camp have determined to finish the K2 Winter Expeditions 2020/21 contemplating the tough climate situations.