Cairo: The second batch of aid dispatched from Pakistan for Gaza has arrived in Egypt. According to official sources, the aid for Gaza was sent by the Pakistan Army and the NDMA and was dispatched from the federal capital. It includes 89.6 tons of relief supplies, and it is being sent to Gaza through Egypt.
The aid sent from Pakistan consists of 40 tons of food packs, 3 tons of food bags, 10.8 tons of medicines, 26 tons of health supplies, and children’s kits, with the collaboration of agricultural institutions in Pakistan. The objective of sending the second batch of aid is to provide further relief to the affected people in Gaza. Pakistan stands with its Palestinian brothers and sisters during these difficult times and will continue to support them.
The aid from Pakistan arrived at the Egyptian capital’s Al-Arish International Airport via a chartered plane. Senator Mushtaq Ahmed handed over the aid to the Egyptian Red Crescent Society to be delivered to the Palestinians.
It is worth noting that Senator Mushtaq Ahmed visited Egypt personally to express solidarity with the people of Gaza. Before this, Pakistan had sent 81 tons of humanitarian and medical aid, which arrived in Egypt on October 19. In the first batch of aid, Pakistan sent 3 tons of medicines, 1,000 tents, and 4,000 blankets for the relief of the oppressed Palestinian brothers and sisters for the winter season.