Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Sends 20 Tons of Relief Aid to Gà-zà in Third Batch

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Sends 20 Tons of Relief Aid to Gà-zà in Third Batch

Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan has demonstrated global solidarity by dispatching its third batch of relief aid to Gà-zà, totaling 20 tons of essential medicines and food. The initiative aims to provide crucial support to displaced and affected families in Gà-zà.

The third shipment, consisting of 13 tons of medicines and 7 tons of food, was sent from Nur Khan Air Base Rawalpindi. Notable figures, including caretaker Federal Foreign Minister Mr. Jalil Abbas Jilani, Ambassador of Pàlès-tine to Pakistan Mr. Ahmad Rabiei, Chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Lt. Gen. Inam Haider Malik, and other officials, attended the dispatch ceremony.

This collaborative effort involved officials from Alkhidmat Foundation, NDMA, and the Pakistan Air Force. The aid was loaded onto a Pakistan Air Force aircraft destined for Jordan. The Pakistani ambassador in Jordan will oversee the aid’s receipt, after which it will be delivered to the victims.

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