Photo taken on June 26, 2022 shows food aid donated by a Chinese firm in Khost province, Afghanistan. The first batch of food aid donated by a Chinese firm has reached the earthquake-hit region in eastern Afghanistan, an Afghan disaster management official said on Monday.(Photo: Xinhua)

Photograph taken on June 26, 2022 reveals food stuff help donated by a Chinese business in Khost province, Afghanistan. The very first batch of food items help donated by a Chinese agency has achieved the earthquake-strike region in jap Afghanistan, an Afghan catastrophe administration official claimed on Monday.(Image: Xinhua)

 

Photo taken on June 26, 2022 shows food aid donated by a Chinese firm in Khost province, Afghanistan. The first batch of food aid donated by a Chinese firm has reached the earthquake-hit region in eastern Afghanistan, an Afghan disaster management official said on Monday.(Photo: Xinhua)

Picture taken on June 26, 2022 exhibits food aid donated by a Chinese company in Khost province, Afghanistan. The 1st batch of foodstuff aid donated by a Chinese organization has reached the earthquake-strike region in japanese Afghanistan, an Afghan catastrophe administration formal stated on Monday.(Photo: Xinhua)

 

Photo taken on June 26, 2022 shows food aid donated by a Chinese firm in Khost province, Afghanistan. The first batch of food aid donated by a Chinese firm has reached the earthquake-hit region in eastern Afghanistan, an Afghan disaster management official said on Monday.(Photo: Xinhua)

Image taken on June 26, 2022 exhibits foods aid donated by a Chinese business in Khost province, Afghanistan. The very first batch of food stuff help donated by a Chinese agency has attained the earthquake-hit region in jap Afghanistan, an Afghan catastrophe management formal mentioned on Monday.(Picture: Xinhua)

 

People receive food aid donated by a Chinese firm in Khost province, Afghanistan, June 26, 2022. The first batch of food aid donated by a Chinese firm has reached the earthquake-hit region in eastern Afghanistan, an Afghan disaster management official said on Monday.(Photo: Xinhua)

People today get meals support donated by a Chinese business in Khost province, Afghanistan, June 26, 2022. The to start with batch of meals support donated by a Chinese organization has reached the earthquake-hit location in eastern Afghanistan, an Afghan disaster administration official explained on Monday.(Photo: Xinhua)

 
The first batch of food stuff aid donated by a Chinese firm has reached the earthquake-hit location in eastern Afghanistan, an Afghan catastrophe management official mentioned on Monday.

The food stuff assist donated by MCC-JCL Aynak Minerals Company Ltd. (MJAM) arrived at Khost town, capital of the eastern Khost province on Sunday, Mohammad Salim Haqqani, an formal dependable for preparing and coverage at the office environment of the point out minister for catastrophe management and humanitarian affairs, explained to Xinhua.

“We are thankful to all help agencies, domestic and international corporations which presented assist to us at this tricky time when we are going through an emergency circumstance, we are grateful as they shipped a lot of assistance,” Haqqani claimed.

The 5.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Afghanistan Wednesday is the deadliest in additional than 20 yrs, producing at minimum 1,500 fatalities and much more than 2,000 injuries even though destroying additional than 3,000 homes.

Haqqani mentioned that in purchase to help the calamity-impacted individuals, the disaster administration authorities want much more reduction things and provides like tents, carpets, mats, tarpaulin, blankets, medication, foodstuff as very well as health-related equipment.

Haqqani reported the assist will be transported to communities in worst-hit distant districts in Khost and neighboring Paktika provinces at the earliest time.

The meals support bundled 800 sacks of flour, 800 sacks of rice, 800 bottles of cooking oil, and 800 offers of tea, in accordance to Ahmad Jawad Saleh from the Chinese business MJAM.

China has pledged to provide 7.5 million U.S. bucks in emergency humanitarian help for victims of the deadly earthquake in Paktika and Khost provinces. A flight carrying the first cargo of the assist such as tents and folding beds would achieve Afghanistan on Monday.