UAE sends 11 tons of supplies to Pakistan to confront “Corona”

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) continues its humanitarian role in the light of the Coronavirus, and stand side by side with countries, as today the second batch of aid arrived in Pakistan, which carries 11 tons of necessary supplies.

In this regard, His Excellency Hamad Al-Zaabi, the country’s ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. via a tweet posted on its Twitter page. So, he expressed the state’s commitment to its role and humanitarian values ​​with the countries.

He said: “Today at dawn arrived at Islamabad International Airport the second batch. Which carries 11 tons of medical and preventive supplies and supplies. As well as, It Provided by the government of the UAE to the brothers in Pakistan to counter the Coronavirus. ”

UAE Watan Humanitarian Fund initiatives

Emirates Red Crescent efforts

The Hilal Authority distributes 5 thousand food parcels as part of the Emirates Watan Humanitarian Fund initiatives.

The Emirates Red Crescent has distributed 5,000 food parcels to the targeted segments of the Emirates Homeland Humanitarian Fund initiatives to reduce the Coronavirus inside the country.

These parcels represent the first stage of the Food Security Enhancement Initiative. which aims to provide food for orphans, people of determination, the elderly, chronic disease owners, families in need and low-income families.

The distribution included all the regions of the country through the Red Crescent teams. It’s volunteer cadres who delivered food to the beneficiaries in their areas of presence within the state. While adhering to the measures taken by the state, and precautionary and preventive measures to avoid mixing, crowding and gatherings.

Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan leadership

Dr. Mohamed Ateeq Al-Falahi, Secretary-General of the UAE Red Crescent Authority. Stressed the keenness of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, representative of the Ruler of Abu Dhabi in the Al Dhafra Region. In order to enhance the role of the Red Crescent on its local scene in these circumstances.

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