UAE to build houses for flood victims in Sindh –

Abu Dhabi: United Arab Emirates will provide financial assistance in the construction of houses for flood victims in Sindh province.

According to Urdu News, the United Arab Emirates will help in the construction of houses for flood-affected people in Sindh province.

According to the statement issued by the Chief Minister House, the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Pakistan, Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salem Al-Zaabi, met the Chief Minister of Sindh, Murad Ali Shah.

The Emirati ambassador told the Sindh Chief Minister that his country would help in the construction of houses for the flood victims and the project would be finalized soon.

On this occasion, Murad Ali Shah said that Pakistan has always maintained close diplomatic and defense relations with the United Arab Emirates.

He further said that there are millions of Pakistanis living in the Gulf countries who work in the public and private sectors. These Pakistanis send more than 4 billion dollars to Pakistan every year. Pakistanis living in the UAE will send 5.10 billion dollars in 2022. .

It should be noted that last year more than 1700 people were killed due to catastrophic floods in Pakistan, while approximately 33.3 million people were affected.

Last year’s floods caused an estimated $30 billion in damage in Pakistan, prompting the government to seek international aid for relief and recovery efforts.

The provinces of Sindh and Balochistan were the worst affected by the floods, where flood waters still remain in some areas.

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