Pakistan sends 7.5 tons of humanitarian supplies to Ukraine!

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Islamabad, Pakistan (CU)_ This was Pakistan’s second shipment to Ukraine. Another shipment will be dispatched on June 3. In March, two C-130 aircrafts from the Noor Khan Base delivered the first shipment of almost 15 tons of humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. The decision was made in response to a request from the Ukrainian embassy in Islamabad for humanitarian aid, as well as a list of urgently required products.

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In response to the continuing Russian military incursion in Ukraine, Pakistan sent a shipment of 7.5 tons of humanitarian aid to assist the Ukrainian people. The consignment included the essential non-military items, medicines and food supply. The C-130 aircraft departed to Ukraine to deliver the shipment in order to assist the war-ravaged nation. The media reported that a shipment carrying medicines, medical equipment, beds, and food supplies was sent immediately through a C-130 aircraft following the request of the war-hit country.

Earlier, the Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs had considered providing Ukraine with humanitarian aid. According to the media, the ministry instructed the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) to deliver the concerned non-military support sought by the Ukrainian embassy and organize its shipment. It had also sent a formal report to the prime minister requesting to deliver the assistance to Ukraine earlier.

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In the midst of the continuous war crisis, millions of refugees, predominantly women and children, have relocated to Poland and other surrounding countries. In response to this situation, Ukraine had issued a global call for support to address the humanitarian concerns. Russia’s military action in Ukraine commenced on February 24. According to reports, this massive action has resulted in a humanitarian disaster, prompting serious penalties from Western nations against prominent individuals and businesses in Moscow.

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