PNS NASR with 1000-tonne relief goods leaves for Syria, Turkiye

ISLAMABAD: The National Disaster Management (NDMA) on Tuesday dispatched the first shipment through Naval Ship NASR from KTP West Wharf Karachi as part of continuous relief assistance being extended on Prime Minister’s instruction to the quake-affected people of Tukiye and Syria.

Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Faisal Subzwari, Turkish Consul General Jamal Sangu and Commander Pakistan Fleet Rear Admiral Faisal Abbasi saw off the ship.

This consignment contains large family-sized winterized tents & blankets as per the current need of quake affectees in Türkiye whereas generators, dry rations, medicines and clothing for the victims in Syria. The ship carrying 1,000 tonnes of relief goods for the people two brotherly countries, would reach the destination within 14 days.

On the occasion, Federal Minister Faisal Subzwari expressed his sincere condolences over the loss of precious lives due to the earthquake in both the countries and assured that the government and the people of Pakistan would extend every possible assistance to their brethren in need.


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