Doha: In support of Pakistan’s efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the State of Qatar has sent the second shipment of medical aid through the Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD).
Officials from the Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs as well as members of the Embassy of Qatar in Pakistan received the shipment at the airport in Karachi.
Furthermore, he emphasized the role that Qatar plays in assisting brotherly and friendly nations under its wise leadership. Moreover, he underscored Qatar’s involvement in assisting the affected countries in coping with the effects, limiting its spread, and preventing it from spreading.
There are 3.4 tonnes of medical aid in the shipment. The QFFD sent this batch in addition to the 50 oxygen devices and medicines sent in the previous batch to deal with the Coronavirus pandemic.
HE Sheikh Saoud bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, Ambassador of Qatar to Pakistan, reiterated that his country has offered assistance to Pakistan from the beginning to support the country in the fight against COVID-19, and to protect the brothers and sisters in Pakistan who may be affected.
He added: “This is not the first time that the State of Qatar has provided aid to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, as the government and people of Qatar have stood alongside the Pakistani government and its people in natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes. He said Qatar would spare no effort to continuously send aid to friendly and brotherly countries all over the world until this epidemic ends.”
Qatar’s commitment to providing assistance to brotherly and friendly countries coincides with the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, which poses a common threat to the entire globe.