RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) authorities have contacted the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa for flood relief assistance.
The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Monday that UAE has pledged 20 aircraft sorties flood Relief equipment to assist flood victims across Pakistan.
Separately, the ISPR said that to help flood victims of Pakistan, friendly Countries have pledged support to Pakistan relief and rehabilitation efforts.
The ISPR said that four military aircraft from Turkey have arrived at Karachi carrying relief goods while two military aircraft from UAE have arrived at Noorkhan Air Base in Rawalpindi.
It said that one military aircraft from UAE will arrive at Noor khan on Monday evening and two aircraft from China will reach Pakistan in next 48 hours.
The ISPR further said that Bahrain has pledged one aircraft to help assist flood victims.
The relief goods being brought through these aircraft include tentage, medicine and food items