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Iran's 2nd Humanitarian Aid Shipment Reaches Mazar-e-Sharif

The second shipment of humanitarian aid from Iran for the flood victims arrived in the city of Mazar-e-Sharif.

This aid includes food items, medicine, carpets, tents, and blankets.

Sajad Jafari, the Deputy Consul General of Iran in Mazar-e-Sharif, said that Iran has historical ties and many cultural similarities with Afghanistan and pledged continued aid for the recent flood victims in the country.

“The people of Iran and Afghanistan are not separate. Given our historical and cultural roots and the fact that both nations are Muslim, the aid from the Islamic Republic of Iran will continue,” Sajad Jafari said.

Afghan Red Crescent society officials welcomed this aid and stated that it will soon be distributed to the flood victims.

Mohammad Younus Maasomi, Head of the Afghan Red Crescent Society in the northern region, said: “Aid from Turkey, Qatar, and Iran, amounting to dozens of tons, has been sent to northern Afghanistan.”

Meanwhile, some flood victims are calling on aid organizations to address their challenges and provide them with permanent shelters.

Mohammad Ishaq, a tribal elder from Gurziwan district in Faryab, said: “These are cold areas, and a single tent will not solve people's problems. Charitable organizations and the Islamic Emirate should work on providing shelters for the people.”

Mohammad Sharif, a flood victim from Faryab, said: “People's crops and agriculture have been destroyed, and they need shelter. Aid organizations must assist the flood victims.”

Several provinces, especially Baghlan, have recently experienced devastating floods, resulting in significant loss of life and property.

Iran's 2nd Humanitarian Aid Shipment Reaches Mazar-e-Sharif

This aid includes food items, medicine, carpets, tents, and blankets.

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The second shipment of humanitarian aid from Iran for the flood victims arrived in the city of Mazar-e-Sharif.

This aid includes food items, medicine, carpets, tents, and blankets.

Sajad Jafari, the Deputy Consul General of Iran in Mazar-e-Sharif, said that Iran has historical ties and many cultural similarities with Afghanistan and pledged continued aid for the recent flood victims in the country.

“The people of Iran and Afghanistan are not separate. Given our historical and cultural roots and the fact that both nations are Muslim, the aid from the Islamic Republic of Iran will continue,” Sajad Jafari said.

Afghan Red Crescent society officials welcomed this aid and stated that it will soon be distributed to the flood victims.

Mohammad Younus Maasomi, Head of the Afghan Red Crescent Society in the northern region, said: “Aid from Turkey, Qatar, and Iran, amounting to dozens of tons, has been sent to northern Afghanistan.”

Meanwhile, some flood victims are calling on aid organizations to address their challenges and provide them with permanent shelters.

Mohammad Ishaq, a tribal elder from Gurziwan district in Faryab, said: “These are cold areas, and a single tent will not solve people's problems. Charitable organizations and the Islamic Emirate should work on providing shelters for the people.”

Mohammad Sharif, a flood victim from Faryab, said: “People's crops and agriculture have been destroyed, and they need shelter. Aid organizations must assist the flood victims.”

Several provinces, especially Baghlan, have recently experienced devastating floods, resulting in significant loss of life and property.

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