Ambassador Masood thanks US for humanitarian assistance for flood victims


Ambassador of Pakistan Masood Khan has thanked US Secretary of State Anthony J. Blanken for the announcement of 30 million dollars in humanitarian aid to deal with the recent flood disasters in Pakistan and to help the victims. In his tweet on the an-nouncement of aid, he said that we are grateful for your support in this critical time for Pakistan. US senators, members of Congress and other political leaders have also expressed solidarity with Pakistan over the widespread devastation caused by the recent unprecedented floods, providing $30 million for critical humanitarian aid such as food, safe water and shelter.

Senator Bob Menendez, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, said in his tweet that his thoughts are with the people of Pakistan, especially those who lost loved ones in the recent floods. Sena-tor Bob said that shelter, clean water, health care And international cooperation for emergency services is critical And we cannot afford to ignore the deadly effects of the climate crisis.

Ambassador of Pakistan Masood Khan thanked the Chairman Senate Foreign Relations Committee for expressing solidarity with Pakistan and calling for help. —PR


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