Navy ship from Sultanate of Oman carrying relief items reaches Karachi


Under His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq Al Said, Sultan of Oman, directions, a navy ship from the Sultanate of Oman, carrying relief items for flood-affected people in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, reached Karachi Port Monday.

“Al-Nasser” ship of Royal Navy of Oman (RNO) carrying tons of food stock, shelter, and medical supplies for flood victims reached Karachi Port. The relief items will be supplied to the flood victims in Pakistan.

The relief assistance shipment from Oman was received by representatives from the Pakistani Government including Senator Faisal Subzwari – Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs, Saqib Rauf – Deputy Chief of Protocol – MOFA (Camp Office), Commodore. M. Nasir Iqbal – Commander Sub Marine S.I., Col. Sajid – Director General – NDMA, as well as the Sultanate’s Consul General to Karachi Eng. Sami Abdullah Al Khanjari and officials, where a relief aid ship was sent through the Royal Navy of Oman, in collaboration with Oman Charitable Organization (OCO).

The Sultanate of Oman has continued to assist flood victims in Pakistan. Earlier, four military planes from Oman landed at Nur Khan Base, Rawalpindi and another four military flights are to land this week at Jinnah International Airport Karachi, bringing relief goods for the flood victims in the country.


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