Pakistan dispatches second consignment of relief goods to earthquake-hit Afghanistan

First consignment of relief goods was sent on June 23

Pakistan on Friday dispatched the second tranche of humanitarian assistance for the earthquake affectees in a C-30 aircraft of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) to Afghanistan.

This second consignment arranged by the authority consisted of family tents and essential food items.

Minister for State and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) Senator Muhammad Talha Mahmood on Friday handed over the consignment to Afghan Chargé d’affaires Sardar Muhammad Shakeeb at the Nur Khan Base.

National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Chairman Lieutenant General Akhter Nawaz and officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and Afghan Embassy in Pakistan were present on the occasion, an NDMA press release said.

Expressing grief over the loss of lives due to the earthquake, the minister said Pakistan would continue supporting the Afghans suffering from the humanitarian crisis caused by the earthquake.

He said Pakistan had assured full support to Afghanistan in the difficult hour and relevant authorities at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NDMA and others were in close contact with the Afghan authorities for the transportation and supply of the relief goods.

The Afghan charge d’affaires thanked the Pakistani government for sending humanitarian assistance promptly for the Afghan people in the hour of need.

The NDMA sent its first consignment of relief goods on June 23 via road.




Afghanistan Earthquake

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