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Azerbaijan and Pakistan have agreed to establish relations in the field of humanitarian mine clearance as chairman of the Pakistani National Disaster Management Agency Omar Mahmoud Hayat met with director of Azerbaijan National Agency for Mine Action (ANAMA) Gazanfar Ahmadov. The two countries agreed to exchange experience in humanitarian mine clearance operations, Azertac reported.
Ahmadov highlighted ANAMAs activity and international projects, including workshops for local and international experts.
BAKU - Azerbaijan will allocate aid worth $1 million to Pakistan to assist the people affected by recent floods and eliminate the aftermath of the disaster, the Foreign Ministry said.
1,600 people have been killed and 14 million people suffered the consequences of the devastating floods in the past two weeks. Along with human casualties, torrential rains have damaged thousands of homes and water torrents have swept away villages in some Pakistani regions.
Several million people are in a dire need of food supplies.
Baku, October 10, AssA-Irada - The government of Azerbaijan has allocated assistance worth $500,000 for those affected by a recent powerful earthquake that swept through Pakistan. Moreover, a 40-people strong team of rescue workers and doctors left for Islamabad to assist the survivors.
Pakistani Ambassador to Azerbaijan Mohammad Hafeez has expressed gratitude to the Azeri people on behalf of his country for their support.
38,000 are reported dead and the death toll is expected to further rise to 55,000.