Emirates sends third batch of aid to Pakistan to fight COVID-19
On Tuesday, the United Arab Emirates sent Pakistan a third batch of medical and food supplies to help its fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
The Emirates have donated food and medical supplies to counter the COVID-19 pandemic.
A third batch of donation to the country is made by the United Arab Emirates according to the information.
In a statement the UAE Embassy said they had sent Pakistan an aid plane carrying 14 metric tons of medical and food supplies.
The funding will support about 7,000 medical personnel as they seek to contain the virus.
The official twitter account of UAE Embassy claims, “The United Arab #Emirates sends third batch of medical and food supplies to the Islamic Republic of #Pakistan, which contains 14 tons and will benefit more than 7,000 health care workers to enhance efforts to contain the spread of Corona virus.”
Earlier, Crown Prince Sheik Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan has departed from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after a one-day visit to Pakistan.
The UAE allocated $200 million in funding to help small and medium-sized enterprises, SMEs, in Pakistan, according to the data.
The announcement was made along the visit to Pakistan by Crown Prince of the UAE, with the goal of promoting economic projects in Pakistan.
His Highness Abu Dhabi Sheik Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan arrived here Thursday in Islamabad for a day-long lookup.
Prime Minister Imran Khan received at Noor Khan Airbase the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi.
This visit marks the first official visit to the foreign country by Sheikh Mohamed in 2020.