Polish firm quits operations in Pak after engineers abductionSeptember 30th, 2008 - 10:23 am ICT by ANI
Warsaw , Sept 30 (ANI): The Polish firm Geofizyka Krakow, whose engineer was abducted in Pakistan two days ago, has reportedly decided to quit its operations in the strife-torn country and immediately pull its staff from there.
Were preparing the withdrawal from Pakistan of our 18 other employees, the Daily Times quoted Geofizyka Krakow chief Leopold Sulkowski as saying in an interview with a Poland news agency.
Sulkowski said his firm had broken its contract in Pakistan after the kidnapping of engineer Piotr Stanczak.
Stanczaks two drivers and a security guard, all Pakistanis, were shot dead during the abduction, about 110 kilometres from Islamabad . No terrorist organization has so far claimed responsibility for the abduction.
He said the company still had no information about Stanczak, who was kidnapped when he and that his colleagues were traveling to oil plants northeast of Islamabad to carry out tests. (ANI)
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