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Pakistan sends second humanitarian aid to Ukraine

Pakistan has been active in providing relief and humanitarian assistance in Ukraine. Many people had applauded the Pakistani Embassy in Ukraine’s initiative to provide relief to Indian students stranded in the nation due to the Russian invasion.

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Pakistan had dispatched a second humanitarian aid package to Ukraine on Tuesday. The humanitarian assistance has been dispatched at the request of war-hit Ukraine.

The 7.5 tons of humanitarian assistance will be delivered on 3rd June. It includes emergency medicines, electro-medico equipment, winter bedding, and food items. Earlier, 15 tonnes of humanitarian assistance was in March through two special C-130s from Noor Khan Air Base.

Pakistan by sending humanitarian assistance has reiterated its commitment to peace. Pakistan has been among the nations that have swiftly responded to the international call for assistance during calamities and conflicts.

Pakistan has been active in providing relief and humanitarian assistance in Ukraine. Many people had applauded the Pakistani Embassy in Ukraine’s initiative to provide relief to Indian students stranded in the nation due to the Russian invasion. Pakistani students who had become stranded in Ukraine were being evacuated by the Pakistani Embassy.

Amid the war in Ukraine and the instability that has gripped the entire Eastern European country, an Indian student uploaded a touching video.

A group of Indian students was seen inside the Pakistani Embassy in the footage. After finding no one at the Indian Embassy after traveling from Kharkiv to Lviv, the Pakistani Embassy in Ukraine welcomed these Indian students. The gesture had once again demonstrated that humanity triumphs over prejudice and animosity.

Another Pakistani named Moazam Khan helped 2500 Indian students stuck in different places in Ukraine.

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Speaking to Rediff.com from Ternopil in Ukraine, Moazam says, “When I saved the first batch of Indian students, I had no idea the crisis was so huge. However, soon I found that my mobile number had gone viral on many Indian WhatsApp groups. After that, I started getting non-stop phone calls in the middle of the night for rescue operations. And till date, I have evacuated 2,500 Indian students.”

Because his elder brother is married to a Ukrainian citizen, Moazam moved to Ukraine 11 years ago. Moazam, a native of the Tarbela cantonment area in Islamabad, studied civil engineering in Ukraine before quitting his job to start a bus tour operator business in Ukraine.