There are no confirmed reports of their location or status as both are not on the GPS of any sort, making it impossible to ascertain their status.
“Dear Tomek’s friends. I am unable to communicate with him at the moment. I do not know their current position and altitude. They operate up on the mountain. According to the recent information that I have they plan the summit push around Wednesday, which corresponds with the forecasts. The wind will significantly decrease these days. We’ll get some information probably at the end of the week. Please be patient. Full of trust and hope waiting. They are fine. 💚 Fingers crossed.”
Both climbers have no arrangements for backup support in terms of SAR operations and possibly do not have a security deposit for heli rescue. The closest Professional rescuers available are currently stationed in Concordia, fixing ropes on K2. Shuttling back to Skardu and rushing all the way to Diamir can easily take more than a week.
These are bad times to be at the top. We hope and pray for their safe even if not a successful return!