ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has sent humanitarian relief goods for the flood victims of Bosnia and Herzegovina as a gesture of solidarity with the Bosnian people.
Heavy rains have resulted in catastrophic flooding in major cities and landslides in mountainous regions, causing wide spread infrastructural damages with a large population having been displaced.
The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) despatched the first consignment of relief goods by a C-130 aircraft. The goods included non-food items like tents, blankets, mats, jackets, jerseys, t-shirts, women garments, rain coats, kitchen sets, sleeping bags as well food items for the affected families. NDMA Chairman Major General Saeed Aleem handed over the goods to Bosnian Ambassador in Pakistan Nedim Makarevic at the Chaklala air base. The Bosnian ambassador thanked the government of Pakistan for their support and timely response to help the flood affected families.
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