International community comes to rescue of flood-ravaged Pakistan

International community comes to rescue of flood-ravaged Pakistan

International community comes to rescue of flood-ravaged Pakistan

(From left to right) Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi, Turkish President Erdogan, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and OIC Secretary General Hissein Brahim Taha Photo

International community expresses solidarity with Islamabad, over 5.7 million flood victims when floods caused by ‘above average’ monsoon rains kill more than 1,000 people and wreak havoc across Pakistan pledged full support to provide emergency assistance to alleviate affected population.

OIC appeals to member countries for aid

Hissein Brahim Taha, Executive Director of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), expressed deep sorrow at the flood victims, extensive property destruction and loss of life in Pakistan.

In a statement, Hisein Brahim Taha expressed his heartfelt condolences to the government and people of Pakistan, expressed sympathy for the victims of the floods, and called on all Member States, Islamic humanitarian organizations and the international community at large to support the victims of the floods. called for urgent help to stop the suffering of those affected.

Canada announces support

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his country will support Pakistan through the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund and the Canadian Red Cross to provide food, clean water and other essential services as soon as possible.

In the tweet, he, along with many other Canadians, is thinking of everyone affected by Pakistan’s devastating floods.

UAE offers all possible assistance

The United Arab Emirates has provided all possible assistance to Pakistan to alleviate the suffering of Pakistan’s flood victims.

The support was provided during a telephone conversation between UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed and Prime Minister Mohammed Shehbaz Sharif.

In a phone call, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed told the Prime Minister that the UAE would soon send food items, along with medical care, medicines, tents and shelter materials.

I also expressed my heartfelt condolences for the loss of precious lives due to heavy rains and flash floods in various parts of Pakistan. During this difficult time, he expressed his firm solidarity with the people of Pakistan and wished all injured a speedy recovery.

UK announces urgent support of £1.5m for flood relief

The UK is providing emergency aid to Pakistan after floods killed nearly 1,000 people in southern Pakistan. Millions of people have been affected by extreme monsoon rains, destroying at least 700,000 of her homes.

Sir Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, Minister of State for South and Central Asia, North Africa, the United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations and Special Envoy of the Prime Minister for the Prevention of Sexual Violence in Conflict, said: The UK is offering up to £1.5m ready to support immediate impact.

“We are witnessing the catastrophe that climate change can wreak and its impact on the most vulnerable.”


Leghari Distributes Tents


$160m UN Flash Appeal for flood donations

The United Nations launches a lightning-quick appeal for aid to Pakistan after devastating rains and floods that devastated the lives of millions across the country.

According to Dawn’s report, the United Nations plans to submit her $160 million contract.

At Friday’s weekly news briefing, Foreign Ministry spokesman Asim Iftikal said UN flashcalls would begin simultaneously from Geneva and Islamabad on Tuesday, August 30.

“As you can see, the scale of the disaster is enormous and urgently requires the cooperation and assistance of the international community. I am.”

Pakistan to receive $1 million from US

For humanitarian reasons, the US pledged $1 million to Pakistan “to build resilience to natural disasters.”

The announcement follows her earlier decision to provide $100,000 in emergency relief as floods from torrential rains are wreaking havoc across the country.

“We stand by Pakistan in difficult times and support the victims of the floods. and will continue to work together to mitigate the impact of the climate crisis,” Secretary of State Anthony Brinken said on Twitter.