ISLAMABAD: A cargo plane loaded with help to control the coronavirus, which contains 14 metric tons of medical supplies and food from the United Arab Emirates fraternity (UAE) was received here Tuesday.
This assistance will help around 7,000 medical professionals as they work to control the virus. This will help Pakistan to increase its efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Commenting on the delivery of aid, UAE Ambassador to Pakistan Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salem Al Zaabi, said that as part of bilateral cooperation that has sustained brotherly relations between our two countries for decades, the UAE is proud to expand aid to Pakistan in the future. global solidarity in the war against COVID-19. “Through this assistance, we respect front-line health workers in Pakistan and around the world who work tirelessly to end this crisis,” he said.
UAE sent the first batch of critical medical supplies to Pakistan on April 2. On April 5, the second batch of 11 metric tons of medical supplies provided by the UAE arrived in Islamabad. To date, the UAE has provided more than 320 metric tons of assistance to more than 30 countries, supporting nearly 320,000 medical professionals in the process.
Ambassador Hamad assured that his country would supply further assistance and the traditional cooperation between the two fraternal countries would continue even though the UAE was also struggling with the corona virus. The envoy said that the two fraternal countries would continue to share their experiences in their struggle against the pandemic.
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