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Islamabad, June 12.
ISLAMABAD, October 1.
Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan Ali Awadh Asseri has presented gifts of dates, Zam Zam water and copies of the Holy Quran to children, who were admitted in the Rawalpindi General Hospital (RGH) after being injured in the October 8 earthquake.
The Rawalpindi Medical College Principal, Prof Musaddaq, and the RGH Medical Superintendent accompanied the ambassador during his visit to different wards of the facility.
Asseri had a round of each and every bed of dozens of injured children and others at different wards and presented the gift.
In line with the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz to airlift relief assistance to victims of the earthquake which hit North Pakistan on Friday, a medical team comprising a number of physicians from the Health Ministry and the Saudi Red Crescent Society will be sent to Pakistan to make a survey on the adverse impact of the earthquake, and to determine the areas and regions that are in need of urgent medical services .
Acting President of the Saudi Red Crescent Society Dr Saleh Al-Tuweijiri said in a press meeting here today that the Saudi …