French aircraft carrying relief goods for the flood affected lands at Islamabad
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - On the appeal of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, a plane carrying relief goods for the flood affected people of Pakistan from the France landed at Islamabad on Saturday.
Minister for National Health Services Abdul Qadir Patel received the assistance at Islamabad International Airport.
Speaking on the occasion, Abdul Qadir Patel expressed his gratitude to the French government for standing by Pakistan and extending support to it in this difficult hour.
Abdul Qadir Patel said that the relief goods sent by France also include medicines and big dewatering pumps. “France has also sent a team of doctors and experts. Pakistan values French assistance for flood victims.”
Abdul Qadar Patel said that the federal government in coordination with provincial governments is working tirelessly for relief and rehabilitation of affected population. “We are using all available resources for the provision of medical facility to the flood victims,” he concluded.