Pakistan dispatches first shipment of relief goods to flood-hit Iran

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Pakistan dispatches first shipment of relief goods to flood-hit Iran
Pakistan dispatches first shipment of relief goods to flood-hit Iran

The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), on Prime Minister Imran Khan’s mandates, has dispatched 32 tons of help products as philanthropic help to flood-hit Iran, as indicated by the Foreign Office (FO).

The relegation includes two shipments containing 500 tents, 3,300 covers and crisis medicinal units. The main shipment has just been dispatched to the Iranian city of Ahwaz, the FO said in an announcement.

“Pakistanis remain by their Iranian brethren at this troublesome time,” it included.

The improvement came after the head administrator on Sunday felt for the general population of Iran and said that his legislature was prepared to give all conceivable philanthropic help to the neighboring nation.

Multi day later, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi passed on to his Iranian partner Javad Zarif that Pakistan would send two planeloads of help products.

Iran has been confronting monstrous floods for as long as three weeks in which almost 70 individuals have lost their lives, while thousands have been dislodged and vast scale misfortunes to frameworks have additionally been accounted for.

Tehran says global help for the aid project has been obstructed in view of US sanctions.

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