Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey will send heavy ships, thousands of tents and foodstuffs to the flood victims in Pakistan.
Turkey’s interior minister said his country has sent thousands of tents and aid items to help flood victims in Pakistan.
Has sent thousands of tents to Pakistan, Interior Minister Ahmet Seker said. The Turkish government claims the aid is worth more than $30 million.
Turkey has sent thousands of tents and foodstuffs over the past couple of days to Pakistan following floods which have affected some 20 million people across Pakistan, according to the Turkish president’s office. The country has also committed USD 13.26 billion in aid to its neighbor, it said.
sent thousands of tents and relief goods as well as over 1,000 tons of ready to eat meals after Pakistan’s prime minister Imran Khan appealed for help.
On Tuesday, Turkey’s Minister of Interior Senator İsmet Yılmaz announced that Turkish officials had dispatched thousands of foodstuff and tents to Pakistan following an appeal by the government. In addition, Ankara is also providing specialist doctors and health experts in order to help alleviate the suffering caused by the devastating floods in Sindh province.
Turkey has sent thousands of tents and foodstuffs to the flood victims, Housing and Urban Development Minister Mustafa Elabdli told a news conference in the eastern province of Malatya on Monday. He said the government had prepared a plan for the assistance.
Interior Minister said that his country has sent thousands of tents and foodstuffs to the flood victims, who were in need of shelter, food and other necessities.