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More RCS Aids Delivered to Pakistan

posted on 12/01/2006: 827 views



Islamabad - UAE Ambassador to Pakistan, Ali Mohammad Al Shamsi, on Monday delivered four loads of drugs and medical supplies donated by the UAE Red Crescent to the Federal Governmental Hospital, where tens of the victims of last October's earthquake are being hospitalised.



The UAE Red Crescent "RC" has been at the heart of relief operations in Kashmir and parts of the north western frontier areas, which bore the brunt of the quake. Later on, RC efforts shifted to provision of food supplies, drugs, and vaccines to help Pakistani hospitals face the fierce winter and the possible outbreak of diseases.



Acting Director of the Federal Governmental Hospital, Dr. Shehbaz Qureishi, thanked RC for its help. "We could not have possibly managed to face the quake aftermath without the help of our brothers in the UAE, donor countries and international organisations", he said. The UAE has so far extended around 4,750 tonnes of relief supplies to Pakistan. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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