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China gives Pakistan $100,000 donation for rain-hit  areas in Balochistan, KP

By News Desk

March 14, 2024 07:55 PM


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China Thursday provided $100,000 donation to Pakistan for rain-hit areas in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).

A ceremony was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in which Ambassador Jiang Zaidong handed Foreign Secretary Mohammad Syrus Sajjad Qazi the donation.

The Chinese embassy, consulates and Chinese enterprises in Pakistan have also taken active action, distributed 30,000 bottles of mineral water and 3,000 cans of food and other supplies to the people in Gwadar, and taken people into refuge at the Gwadar Faqur School built with China's aid.

The Chinese Embassy, Consulates and Chinese enterprises in Pakistan have also taken active action, distributed 30,000 bottles of mineral water and 3,000 cans of food and other supplies to the people in Gwadar, and taken people into refuge at the Gwadar Faqur School built with China's aid.

An additional RMB 500,000 in material assistance will also be provided through the Consulate General in Karachi.

 

News Desk


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