More Saudi relief supplies arrive in Pakistan

November 10, 2008

In a continuation of the airlift ordered by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz to help Pakistani earthquake victims, the twelfth Saudi relief plane arrived at an airport in Quetta today.

 

The cargo included ten tons of food, medicine, tents and blankets.

The airlift began November 1. The Ministry of Finance has set aside 100 tons of relief supplies to be delivered to Pakistan.