National Gathering was educated on Wednesday that around 95 percent of stranded Pakistanis have been brought back domestic in almost two and half months in wake of COVID-19 pandemic. Parliamentary Secretary on Remote Issues Andleeb Abbas amid address hour said that almost 250,000 stranded Pakistanis were repatriated from over the world. Majority of Pakistani Zaireen have moreover returned from Iran. She said that around 25 Zaireen are still living in Iran with their relatives and companions in Qom and Mashhad. She said heavenly holy places in these cities are right now closed due to the moment wave of COVID-19 in Iran. Andleeb Abbas said the remaining Pakistani Zaireen are likely to return to the nation by another flight of Iran Discuss from Tehran to Karachi tomorrow and through Taftan border. The Parliamentary Secretary said that Pakistan International safe haven in Tehran and Offices in Mashhad and Zahidan are in consistent touch with the Pakistani community to guarantee their prosperity and their return to Pakistan.This legislation is related to fulfil certain requirements of the Financial Action Task Force in order to bring Pakistan out of FATF’s grey list.