Pakistan first to deliver aid for Afghan earthquake victims
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On the special instructions of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, around eight aid trucks were dispatched for the Afghan brothers and sisters. The humanitarian aid contains residential camps, blankets, necessary medicines, and tarpaulin.
له زلزله ځپلو سره د مرستو په لړ کې د پاکستان هېواد څخه هم ۸ لارۍ غذایي مواد او نور اړین توکي د ځمکې له لارې پکتیکا ته را ورسیدل.— Zabihullah (..ذبـــــیح الله م ) (@Zabehulah_M33) June 23, 2022
در جریان کمک ها با زلزله زده گان ۸ عراده موتر های لاری مملو از مواد غذایی و اشیای مورد نیاز کشور پاکستان از طریق زمین به ولایت پکتیکا مواصلت ورزید.
The Taliban in Afghanistan have appealed for international support, as the country deals with the aftermath of a devastating 6.1 magnitude earthquake.
More than 1,000 people have been killed and at least 1,500 injured. Unknown numbers are buried in the rubble of ruined, often mud-built homes.
Pakistan Ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan said that the people of Pakistan stand in strong solidarity with their Afghan brethren in this difficult time. We have no doubt that the brotherly Afghan people will overcome the effects of this natural calamity with their characteristic resilience.
Pakistan extends condolences over loss of life in earthquake in Afghanistan. Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued statement that Govt & people of Pakistan extend deepest condolences/sympathies on loss of life & damage to property by tragic earthquake in Paktika…@ForeignOfficePk— Mansoor Ahmad Khan (@ambmansoorkhan) June 22, 2022
Reporter Saud Butt