War-hit Ukraine on Friday received the first shipment of humanitarian aid from the government of Pakistan, which had been transported via Poland to the country.
In accordance with the specifics, Pakistan’s embassy in Poland delivered the nine-ton relief package to a Polish aid agency. The package contained medicines, electro-medical equipment, food supplies, and beds, among other things.
The supplies will be delivered to the Ukrainian authorities by the authorities in Poland.
Two days ago, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi handed over relief supplies to the Ukrainian Ambassador.
Speaking at the event, Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated that Pakistan has always operated as a responsible and peace-loving country, adding that the country has stood with the international community in times of crisis and calamity.
Earlier this month, the president of the European Union (EU), Ursula Von der Leyen, proposed that Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan serve as a mediator in the ongoing war between the Russian Federation and Ukraine.
The Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Fawad Chaudhry, also confirmed that the government of Pakistan has sent humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
According to reports, the EU president called Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to address the escalation of the crisis between Russia and Ukraine, which is becoming more serious with each passing day. According to Chaudhry, Ursula Von Der Leyen has demanded that Prime Minister Imran Khan mediate in the matter.