Pakistan provided its second consignment of humanitarian aid to the people of Afghanistan in Kandahar province.

As per the statement of the Pakistani embassy in Kabul, the consignment is comprised of food ingredients, medicines, and utensils.

It is Pakistan’s second tranche of humanitarian assistance in two days and is said to continue in Khost and Balkh provinces.

The country’s first consignment of aid was handed over to the officials of the ministry of public health in Kabul International Airport on Thursday which included 30 tonnes of medicines and food.

In the meantime, UAE’s plane loaded with tonnes of food ingredients landed in Kabul International Airport on Friday and the relief assistance was handed over to the officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.

It is the country’s seventh consignment of humanitarian assistance since the Taliban took over power in Afghanistan.

The tranche which includes flour, rice, and other food ingredients is donated by Afghan traders based in UAE.

Officials of IEA thanked the countries for humanitarian aids and added that all countries are welcomed to provide Afghanistan’s people with aid of such.

The aids are provided at a critical time as the UNAMA has called on the international community to provide the people of Afghanistan with relief assistance and withhold potential humanitarian crises.

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  • Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.