Consul Common of Taliban authorities in Peshawar on Thursday appreciated the generosity of Pakistani folks and charity organizations for providing quick humanitarian help to folks impacted by a latest earthquake in southeastern Afghanistan, APP reported.
He was talking on the operate held handy over donations and funds collected by Pakistani businessmen for the quake victims of Afghanistan.
Representatives of Sarafa and Jewelers Affiliation, Forex Alternate Affiliation, and merchants organizations had been current on the event and warranted all attainable assist to the Afghan folks.
He thanked Pakistan for providing its honest sympathy over the lack of human lives, well timed humanitarian help, and help following the lethal earthquake in Afghanistan.
The Afghan consul normal additionally appreciated the businessmen and folks of Peshawar for his or her help within the assortment of money donations for assistance from brothers awaiting assist in the neighboring nation.
Mohibullah additionally expressed the hope that the bilateral cooperation for the welfare of the 2 nations would proceed sooner or later.
Afghanistan’s most harmful earthquake in a long time struck a distant southeastern area close to the Pakistani border on Wednesday final week, killing a minimum of 1,000 folks, injuring 3,000, and destroying 10,000 properties.
Among the many lifeless had been 155 youngsters, with practically 250 youngsters injured and 65 orphaned, the U.N. humanitarian workplace (OCHA) stated.
The catastrophe is a significant take a look at for Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers, who many international governments have shunned due to considerations about human rights since they seized energy final yr.
As well as, sanctions on Afghan authorities our bodies and banks have minimize off most direct help for a rustic that was going through a humanitarian disaster, together with famine, even earlier than the 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck.
The United Nations, Pakistan, and a number of other different nations have despatched support to the affected space.