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Where did the relief materials come from for the flood victims? Foreign Office figures continue SEDI News

123 planes from 15 countries and 3 international organizations have arrived for the flood victims: Foreign Office Spokesman - Photo: File
123 planes from 15 countries and 3 international organizations have arrived for the flood victims: Foreign Office Spokesman – Photo: File

The Foreign Office has released the data of relief goods coming from all over the world for the flood victims.

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According to the spokesman, 123 planes from 15 countries and 3 international organizations have arrived with relief goods for the flood victims, the United Arab Emirates sent the most 41 relief planes to Rawalpindi, Karachi and Lahore.

The spokesman said that America sent 21 aid planes to Sukkur, Karachi and Rawalpindi for the flood victims, while Turkey sent 13 aid planes to Karachi and Rawalpindi.

Spokesperson of the Foreign Office said that 8 planes have arrived in Pakistan with aid for the flood victims from Oman and 5 aid planes have reached Pakistan from Saudi Arabia while 4 aid planes have arrived in Pakistan from China and Qatar.

According to the spokesman of the Foreign Office, one aid plane each from Uzbekistan, France, Turkmenistan, Jordan, Nepal, Great Britain, Russia and Greece also reached Pakistan.

Spokesperson of the Foreign Office, UNICEF sent 3, United Nations Organization for Refugees 13, World Food Organization 3 aid planes, Turkey, Tajikistan, Oman and Iran also sent aid to Pakistan by land and sea, while the Red Crescent from Turkey sent 2 aid supplies. Send trucks, 3 trains to Pakistan.

The spokesman said that Tajikistan sent an aid convoy consisting of 87 trucks to Pakistan, Red Crescent from Iran handed over 100 tons of relief goods to Pakistan Red Crescent through trucks, a ship from Oman has recently anchored at the port of Karachi with relief goods.

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