Announces $10m Aid For Flood Victims in Pakistan

UAE Minister

$10 million relief assistance for the relief and rehabilitation

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, minister of the United Arab Emirates, has offered a $10 million relief assistance for the relief and rehabilitation of the flood-affected people of Pakistan. According to a press release from the PM Office on Thursday, this is the largest individual donation for the country’s flood survivors ever made. 

The UAE minister’s kind donation towards relief and rehabilitation efforts for the flood-affected populace was acknowledged by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. 

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The Prime Minister wrote to Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, saying, “This reflects your great affection for the people of Pakistan and sympathy for the suffering mankind.” 

Aided in the relief and rehabilitation of the victims

The nation of Pakistan, he claimed, will never forget this brotherhood because it had considerably aided in the relief and rehabilitation of the victims. 

According to Prime Minister Sharif, the UAE Minister’s passion for the Pakistani people is a shining example of the two nations’ enduring brotherly ties.

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