Relief consignments worth of Rs2,650m dispatched to Afghanistan


Humanitarian and relief consignments of 15,390 tons worth Rs. 2,650 million have been dispatched to the Afghan people under the Pak-Afghan Cooperation Forum’s (PACF) arrangements.

According to detail, PACF arranges 15,390 tons, worth Rs 2,650mn humanitarian assistance for Afghanistan. The humanitarian assistance had been sent to Afghanistan via 83 convoys, including 743 trucks and four C-130 flights, till August 5, a press release said on Saturday.

Yesterday, a truckload carrying 17 tons of food items for the flood-affected Afghan people of Kandahar was handed over to the Afghan authorities in a ceremony held at Zero line, Chaman border crossing.

The relief assistance was donated by Al-Khidmat Foundation. DC Chaman Hameed Zahri handed over the aid to Haji Waheed Ullah, representative of Governor Kandhar, while representatives of the Al-Khidmat Foundation were also present on the occasion.


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