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Pakistan Dispatches Aid Plane For Gaza To Egypt

Pakistan Dispatches Aid Plane For Gaza To Egypt

The Pakistani government has dispatched a fifth plane carrying relief goods for the people in Gaza. The relief consignment includes medicines, food packages, warm tents, and blankets, addressing the urgent needs of the oppressed Gazans facing a humanitarian and health crisis.

The relief goods were sent from Nur Khan Air Base via a special jet of the Pakistan Air Force. The designated flight is set to reach Egypt, where the Pakistani ambassador will receive the relief supplies. Subsequently, the received medical aid and supplies will be sent to Gaza for distribution.

Read more: Pakistan Dispatches Fourth Aid Shipment To Gaza Residents

The departure ceremony at Nur Khan Air Base was attended by representatives from the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), Ministry of External Affairs, and the Armed Forces.

Pakistan continues to play a crucial role in providing aid and supplies to the Palestinian people and strongly condemns Israel’s use of force against civilians. The country has, thus far, sent a total of 230 tons of relief goods to Gaza.

The situation in Gaza remains dire, with a reported total of 27,365 Palestinians killed, of whom 70% are women and children, since the conflict escalated with Hamas attacking Israel. Pakistan’s ongoing efforts reflect its commitment to supporting those affected by the crisis and providing essential assistance to alleviate the suffering of the people in Gaza.