Muslim World League (MWL) provided medical supplies to Pakistan to combat coronavirus

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Islamabad: The Muslim World League (MWL) handed over medical supplies to Pakistani government to combat the spread of coronavirus in the country. The ceremony was organized by Saad bin Masoud Al Harthy, regional director of the Muslim World League in Pakistan in the compound of MWL office in Islamabad on Wednesday.

MWL aid package comprises of Thermal Scanner Guns, Surgical masks, diagnostic Kits, sanitizers, surgical gloves and safety kits.

The gathering was attended by Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, minister for religious affairs and national harmony, Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Maliki, ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan and Dr. Raja Amjad Mahmood, director general of Pakistan national program to combat coronavirus.

Nawaf bin Saeed Al-Maliki, ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan on the occasion said that difficult time will be passed and cooperation with Pakistan will continue.

Al-Maliki, said that the Muslim World League (MWL) was always swift in providing aid and what it had provided to participate in combating the spread of coronavirus pandemic was due to its sense of religious, moral and humanitarian obligation.

Saad bin Masoud Al Harthy, regional director of the Muslim World League on the occasion said that medical package to fight against Corona pandemic to Pakistan was a part of International campaign launched by Sheikh Dr. Mohammed bin Abdul Karim Al-Issa, the secretary general of the Muslim World League (MWL) across the globe.

He said the organization will also be investing in big advertising campaigns on television channels, newspapers and social media websites in order to spread awareness regarding protection against the virus.

Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, minister for religious affairs and national harmony on the occasion said that Saudi Arabia is a real friend of Pakistan and he always stood with Pakistan at the time of need. Qadri also appreciated the role of Muslim World League (MWL) in serving Muslims and non-Muslim communities around the world.

Dr. Raja Amjad Mahmood, director general of Pakistan national program to combat coronavirus thanked the MWL for the crucial assistance to combat the coronavirus pandemic and for its role in spreading public health awareness.

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