KABUL (BNA) Mansoor Ahmad Khan Pakistan’s ambassador to Kabul says today, Saturday another humanitarian aid consignment has been delivered to Afghanistan to be distributed among earthquake victims in southern Afghanistan.
Ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan wrote on his Twitter handle “that the aid consignment loaded on an AC-130 aircraft, has been delivered to Afghanistan Ministry of Refugees and Repatriations’ officials at Khost Airport,”.
last Wednesday Pakistan delivered 8 trucks loaded with humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, this is the second consignment to be distributed among people who suffered in a recent quake in southern Khost and Paktika provinces of the country, the quake killed more than 1,200, injured 2,000 people and destroyed scores of residential houses.
Pakistan, Iran, India, and Qatar are among the countries that have delivered aid to earthquake victims in Paktika and Khost provinces so far.
In the meantime, some other countries have announced providing humanitarian aid to victims of the quake including the Europe Union announced one million euros in aid.
The latest statistics reported 1200 people were killed and about 2000 others were injured in the earthquake in Paktika and Khost provinces. the scores of financial damages have not been surveyed so far.