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Russia’s humanitarian aid arrives in Kabul

KABUL: Russia’s humanitarian aid for recent earthquake victims has arrived in Kabul. According to the State Ministry for National Disaster Management, the aid arrived in Kabul International Airport yesterday.
State minister for natural disaster management Ghulam Ghaos Nasiri said yesterday that 16 tons of Russia’s humanitarian aid arrived in Kabul. He said it was the first shipment of Russian aid for earthquake victims, adding that another plane with relief items would arrive in Kabul the following week.
Russia’s Deputy Ambassador in Kabul Anton Lavrov said the Defense Ministry in Moscow had sent humanitarian assistance for earthquake-hit families in Paktika and Khost provinces.
Earlier, the U.S., the UK, Australia, Qatar, China, India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkmenistan and Japan also provided humanitarian aid to the earthquake-affected families in Afghanistan’s Paktika and Khost provinces.
It is worth mentioning that hundreds of people have been killed and wounded following the earthquake in Paktika and Khost province in late June.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.