MWL donates medical supplies to Pakistan govt to help combat coronavirus


Saudi Gazette report

JEDDAH — As the world battles with the coronavirus pandemic, the Saudi Arabia-based Muslim World League is extending a helping hand to brotherly countries in their fight against deadly virus.

As of part of its aid initiative, the regional office of the MWL in Islamabad has delivered a package of various medical supplies to help the Pakistani government combat the epidemic, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Wednesday.

Welcoming the aid, Pakistan’s Minister of Religious Affairs Sheikh Noor-ul-Haq Qadri lauded the important role being played by the global body in serving Islam and Muslims.

For his part, Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf Bin Saeed Al-Maliki asserted that the MWL is always proactive in providing aid and the assistance being provided in combating the spread of the epidemic is part of of religious, moral and humanitarian obligation.