ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia government has donated aid goods to Pakistan for containing the global pandemic of coronavirus.
A ceremony was held in Islamabad to hand over Saudi Arabia donated aid goods to Pakistan where Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Noor Ul Haq Qadri, Saudi ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf Saeed Ul Malki were in attendance.
The aid goods from Saudi Arabia comprising 270 thermal scanner, 550 boxes of surgical masks, 550 sanitizers, 350 diagnostic kits and 1500 safety handed over to Pakistan.
Noor Ul Haq Qadri thanking the Saudi prince and ambassador said that the whole of the world taking care of itself only in wake of coronavirus but Saudi Arabia helped Pakistan in the testing times.
Talking at the occasion the Saudi ambassador Nawaf Saeed Ul Malki said that Saudi Arabia will always stand with Pakistan in the difficult time and expressed hope that the situation will improve .