ISLAMABAD - As the date of examination for major institutions in Kyrgyzstan has been scheduled as 10-15 September, more than two hundred Pakistani students (studying in (Kyrgyzstan) will return back to their institutions as the governments of Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan have finalised their preparations to facilitate them. According to well-placed sources, Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan in Pakistan have held meeting with Federal Secretary Education last week and handed over a formal letter which stated that government of Kyrgyzstan wants all of the Pakistan students (who flew home after ethnic riots erupted there) to return to their respective institutions after the situation has been normalised there. Sources said another letter has also been sent to administration of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council which stated that government of Kyrgyzstan was unable to conduct examination of Pakistani students of medical and dental surgery in Pakistan. However, it can facilitate the students for their return in terms of visa, air ticket and stay there. Earlier PMDC requested Kyrgyzstan government to make arrangement to conduct final exam of final-year students of MBBS & BDS who were forced to flew back to home a couple of months ago. When contacted, acting ambassador of Kyrgyzstan in Pakistan confirmed this and stated that his government has written to relevant authorities in Pakistan for return of Pakistani students back to their institutions in Bishkek, Osh and Jalal Abad. He said his government will facilitate the students for their return in every possible way and that it will also take responsibility of their safety there. We are in contact with the Pakistani authorities for their return to respective institution to save their academic year, said he. It is believed that government of Kyrgyzstan, followed by these meetings, has directed its diplomatic mission in Pakistan to contact the relevant authorities in Islamabad to make arrangements for return of Pakistani students. When contacted on telephone, registrar of PMDC confirmed this and said that Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan has assured him of safety of Pakistani students during their stay in their respective institutions.