ISLAMABAD: Korea has decided to extend dollars 200,000 humanitarian assistance to provide relief to North Waziristan’s internally displaced persons (IDPs).
An official of Korean embassy giving details told APP on Thursday that the humanitarian assistance will be provided through the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in close cooperation with the Government of Pakistan.
The people and the Government of Korea also conveyed their sympathies to the Government and people of Pakistan and stood by them in this hour of need.
The Korean embassy sincerely hoped this aid would help to alleviate the pain and burden of the IDPs up to some extent.
Dr. Song Jong-hwan, the ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Pakistan handed over the diplomatic note to Ms. Lola Castro, Country-Director World Food Programme-Pakistan here at the Korean embassy today.
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