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UAE Red Crescent's 15th relief supplies plane arrives

posted on 22/11/2005: 637 views

Islamabad - A relief plane of the United Arab Emirates Red Crescent Society (RCS), with 43 tons of supplies, has arrived here, raising the number of RSC planes to 15, Head of UAE Red Crescent Society team in Pakistan Saari Al-Hamli said on Monday. The plane has brought blankets, milk, sugar, oil, honey, flour, clothes, tea and rice, Saari Al-Hamli told reporters.

Chairman of Pakistan Red Crescent Society Gen. (retd) Jehan Dad Khan on Monday received from Sari al-Hamli, relief supplies through an air bridge formed between the two countries. The relief goods were unloaded midnight at Chaklala airport and transported to the headquarter of the Pakistan Red Crescent.

These supplies have been donated by the all sections of the society in UAE, particularly the UAE scouts. Head of the UAE team said that from the day of the October 8th disaster, the UAE President has instructed that the relief must be continued till the affected are resettled in their homes.

He also ordered the military field hospital to continue its humanitarian mission and also send vaccination team, which will work with the UNICEF to vaccinate the children. Speaking to reporters General Jehandad said that UAE donations for the survivors were the highest so far and UAE has emerged one of the major donors. "Their contribution were well measured and appreciated, the Pakistani people are grateful for it,” he added.

He said the UAE is helping the people in four camps in Islamabad and also in the affected areas. He said senior officials have visited the hospital and seen the excellent medical facilities and services. About the future plans of Pakistan Red Crescent, he said rescue operation is over and the society will now move to the reconstruction and rehabilitation phase. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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