The President of the Turkish Red Crescent Society, Kerem Kinik, inspected the progress of the distribution of humanitarian aid to those affected by the floods in Pakistan.
The association indicated in a statement that it delivered 125 tons of aid to those affected by the floods via trains and trucks.
The statement singled out Quneiq’s statements, who said that infectious diseases had spread in the flood-affected areas due to the mixing of drinking water with flood water.
He added that the Turkish Red Crescent was quick to provide basic living necessities, including food and drinking water, to those affected by the floods.
Since the floods swept large areas in Pakistan last June, Ankara has sent at least 12 planes, 4 trains and dozens of trucks loaded with aid to those affected by the floods, according to Turkish official statements.
The catastrophic floods have killed 1,391 people since June 14, according to Pakistan’s National Disaster Management Authority.