Kabul (Web Desk): A C-130 aircraft of Pakistan Air Force (PAF), carrying relief goods for the people of Afghanistan, landed at Kabul on Thursday.
According to details, Pakistan’s ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan received the humanitarian supplies at the Hamid Karzai International Airport and handed over to the Afghan officials.
Received today at Kabul airport first C-130 of PAF carrying relief goods in food & medicines out of 36 MT package & delivered to Afghan Public Health @SMQureshiPTI @fawadchaudhry @ForeignOfficePk @FMPublicDiploPK @PakinAfg pic.twitter.com/wsYmJY4Um3— Mansoor Ahmad Khan (@ambmansoorkhan) September 9, 2021
Talking to media, the ambassador said the relief goods included around 10 ton of flour, 1.5 ton of ghee and a huge quantity of emergency medicine.
Mansoor said that two more C-130 flights carrying relief goods would be arranged for Kandahar and Khost on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
He said the activity would continue for weeks and months and Pakistan’s public and private sectors and the charity organizations would be sending humanitarian supplies to Afghanistan in a systematic way.
The ambassador said besides air routes, the goods would be transported through Pakistan’s land routes including Torkham and Chaman as well.