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Brazil Sending 300 Kgs of Medicine and 14 Tons of Food to Kashmir

The Brazilian government will send humanitarian aid to Kashmir, the Pakistani region recently rocked by earthquakes. This information appears in a joint note issued, Tuesday, October 18, by Brazil’s Ministry of Foreign Relations and the Presidential Institutional Security Cabinet.

In the note, the Brazilian government conveys its grief over the consequences of the earthquakes that struck the region on October 8 and expresses solidarity with the families of the victims of the disaster and with the Pakistani government.

The humanitarian measure is being organized by the Presidential Institutional Security Cabinet. The Ministry of Health has already made 300 kilograms of medicine available, and the Ministry of Social Development has offered around 14 tons of food. Transportation will be provided by the FAB (Força Aérea Brasileira – Brazilian Air Force).

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  • Guest

    The point is, you don’t have to be powerfull and rich to help each other anywhere in the world…just the will to help is enough… thanks Brazil.

  • Guest

    IT’S REFRESHING TO KNOW THAT YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A SUPER POWER CAPABLE OF SMASHING ANYONE ENYWHERE AT ANYTIME TO HELP YOUR FELLOW HUMAN BEINGS…OR ANYONE…ANYWHERE…AT ANY TIME… . GOOD FOR YOU BRAZIL…TEACH US ALL SOMETHING THAT WE JUST CAN’T UNDERSTAND.

  • Guest

    Pakistani people thank Brazil andits people for the help. God bless

  • Guest

    Pakistani people thank Brazil andits people for the help. God bless

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