Pak donates 8 tonnes of food, drugs to Lebanon

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

Pakistan on Friday donated eight tonnes of relief assistance comprising medicines and food to Lebanon as a token of solidarity for the victims of the blasts that took place in Beirut on August 4.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, in a telephonic conversation with his Lebanese counterpart Charbel Wehbe, conveyed deep sorrow and grief of the government and people of Pakistan over the loss of precious lives, injuries to thousands, and extensive material damage, caused by the explosions, a statement issued by the Foreign Office said. He told the Lebanese foreign minister that the relief assistance would be delivered by Friday evening sent by the government of Pakistan as a token of solidarity.
FM Qureshi said that Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Dr Arif Alvi had already conveyed profound sympathies and condolences to the Lebanese leadership over the tragedy.
He underscored that at that difficult time, the Pakistani nation stood in strong support and solidarity with the brotherly Lebanese people.

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