UAE Orders 3,000 Tonnes Of Aid For Flood Victims In Pakistan
UAE Orders 3000 Tonnes Of Aid For Flood Victims In Pakistan: Credit (AFP)
According to the Emirates News Agency (WAM), in DUBAI, UAE President Sheikh
Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan has ordered the shipment of 3000 tonnes of critical
aid to support the victims of floods in Pakistan.
The floods and torrential rains have killed over a thousand people and displaced
thousands more, so relief teams have been sent to assist institutions in providing
food aid, shelter, and medical supplies.
According to a WAM statement, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed called Pakistani Prime
Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday expressed his condolences for the loss of life.
He reaffirmed the United Arab Emirates (UAE) unwavering backing for Pakistan as it
works to resolve the crisis.
Sharif praised the United Arab Emirates (UAE) commitment to Pakistan and expressed
gratitude for the swift delivery of aid that will help those affected by the floods.
UAE Orders 3000 Tonnes
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