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India and Pakistan Offer Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan After Deadly Earthquake

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India and Pakistan Offer Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan After Deadly Earthquake

India and Pakistan Offer Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan After Deadly Earthquake

India and Pakistan Offer , Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan , After Deadly Earthquake.

Both India and Pakistan have already dispatched humanitarian aid to Afghanistan after a powerful earthquake killed over 1,000 people.

Al Jazeera reports that India has deployed a technical team to the Afghan capital of Kabul.

According to India's foreign ministry, the team has been sent to the embassy which has been vacant since August when the Taliban took control.

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The ministry said in a statement that the team would, “closely monitor and coordinate the efforts of various stakeholders for the effective delivery of humanitarian assistance.".

Meanwhile, Pakistan has deployed trucks carrying food and other necessities.

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Pakistan has assured all possible support to ameliorate the sufferings of the Afghan families affected by the 6.1 magnitude earthquake, Statement from the office of Pakistan's Prime Minister, via Al Jazeera.

The consignment arranged by the National Disaster Management Authority consists of family tents, tarpaulins, blankets and emergency medicines, Statement from the office of Pakistan's Prime Minister, via Al Jazeera.

On June 23, India's foreign ministry said that 27 tons of supplies would be delivered to international aid agencies and the Afghan Red Crescent Society.

As always, India stands in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan, with whom we share centuries-old ties, and remains firmly committed to providing immediate relief assistance for the Afghan people, Statement from India's Foreign Ministry, via Al Jazeera.

According to Al Jazeera, the Taliban-led government and the international aid community are struggling to deliver assistance to some of the hardest-hit areas.

According to Al Jazeera, the Taliban-led government and the international aid community are struggling to deliver assistance to some of the hardest-hit areas


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