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Pakistani Ambassador Thanks King Abdullah for His Generousity
24 August 2010
On behalf of the Pakistani President and people, the Pakistani Ambassador, Omar Khan Ali Shirazi, communicates his thanks and gratitude to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, for his generous gesture for establishing two field hospitals to provide health care for affected people by the flood.
 
The Ambassador said that this general gesture came after the Saudi National Donation Campaign for Pakistani flood victims, launched before days, and asks Allah to bliss the kingdom's leadership and people.     
 
Moreover, the Ambassador communicates his thanks to the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Rabeeah, for his concern towards the Pakistani people and commitment in implementing leadership directions immediately. 
 
Pakistani Ambassador added that Pakistan has faced the worst flood since 100 years resulting great destruction to homes, farms and agricultural yields which costs billions of dollars. In addition to the exodus of more than twenty million people away from their homes and in desperately need of shelter, food, water and health care to prevent the spread of diseases related to polluted water. Reports revealed that hundreds of children and elderly died where others are struggling to survive.       
 
The Minister of Health stressed that Saudi Arabia has always been the first to stand by Pakistan, especially during 2005 earthquake where it is still stands in the memory of Pakistani people to this day.​



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