Mission Parvaaz Back on Track as Fakhr-e-Alam Gets Russian Visa

Fakhr-e-Alam, the pioneer of Mission Parwaz, is now allowed to carry on his globetrotting adventure, after Russian authorities renewed his visa.

Dr. Mohammad Faisal, the Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson revealed in a tweet that Mr. Alam is back on track, after having being stopped by Russian authorities due to an expired visa.

His tweet reads:

“Pleased to confirm that visa [has been] granted to Fakhre Alam by authorities of Russian Federation today in the morning.” Dr, Faisal further stated that Pakistan’s ambassador to Russia along with the embassy officials “remained in touch with Fakhar-e-Alam throughout his stay” at Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Airport.

He also expressed gratitude for the cooperation of Russian authorities. Fakhar himself confirmed the news through his tweet and thanked the state authorities, Pakistani people, and media.

The noted singer and celebrity had embarked on a journey, the Mission Parwaz, to circumnavigate the entire world in 28 days. He said that Mission Parwaz aimed to claim Pakistani space in the general aviation and pay tribute to the brave soldiers and the resilient nation of Pakistan.


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However, he came across a little hitch, as his visa got expired a day ago while he was in Russia. The authorities detained him at the  Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk airport and were about to send him back to Japan, his previous stop, where he could not go as he had entered Japan on a single-entry visa.

Fakhar-e-Alam kickstarted his journey on October 10, with Clearwater Florida being his starting point. From there, he flew to Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Croatia, Japan, Australia, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.


  • Answer

    How can he go to Japan after Croatia and then to rest of the countries? Too much zig zag route ???