Pakistan offers Turkey aid after a severe earthquake claims over 350 lives

After a massive earthquake killed more than 350 people in Turkey and Syria, the Pakistani government pledged help

Islamabad promised help as the death toll is anticipated to rise as news from isolated regions of southeast Turkey trickles in. Images that are circulating on the internet depict buildings that are in ruins and bodies that are lying on the ground.

The Turkish government and people received condolences from Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif for the enormous loss in his message. He recalled Ankara’s support for Pakistan in every adversity and said that Islamabad stands in solidarity with its Turkish brothers and sisters in this hour of loss. According to Sharif, his administration will do everything necessary to aid Turkiye.

In response to an increase in climate change-related natural disasters, the premier once again urged worldwide cooperation in order to ensure humanity’s existence. He maintained that these calamities are not confined to any one country.

PM also prayed for the departed’s eternal peace and the injured’s quick recovery.

President Dr. Arif Alvi also expressed his profound sorrow over the recent natural disaster’s loss of priceless lives. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish nation, and the families of the dead all received his condolences.

Alvi further expressed his sympathies to the Syrian people for the loss of priceless lives, as hundreds are still buried beneath the rubble and rescue efforts are still ongoing.

Written by Aly Bukshi

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