High Commission for Disaster Management of the Islamic Emirate Announces Swift Aid for Flood-Affected Provinces

KABUL (BNA) An emergency session of the High Commission for Disaster Management of the Islamic Emirate was held today at Marmarin Palace, chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs.

The session focused on assessing the recent flood-related losses suffered by citizens and outlining the necessary aid to be provided.

Commencing the session, Chairman of the Commission, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, expressed heartfelt condolences for the losses sustained by fellow countrymen in Baghlan, Ghor, Badakhshan, Faryab, and Takhar provinces due to the recent floods.

Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund emphasized Afghanistan’s vulnerability to frequent natural calamities and stressed the importance of responsive institutions maintaining readiness to promptly assist citizens during such crises.

During the meeting, committees were formed under the leadership of the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Public Health, and the Ministry of State for Disaster Management and Red Crescent.

The leadership of the commission directed the member ministries and agencies of the appointed committees to swiftly mobilize and deploy resources to the affected areas, ensuring that immediate assistance reaches the injured citizens.

The Islamic Emirate has shown its commitment to addressing the needs of its citizens in times of crisis, emphasizing the importance of a well-prepared and responsive disaster management system. The formation of specialized committees and their prompt action demonstrates the government’s dedication to providing relief and support to those affected by natural disasters.


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