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UNAMA to speed up aid delivery to quake victims


Kabul: “Marcus Potzel”, the head of the United Nations Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and “Ramiz Al-Akbarov”, the coordinator of the humanitarian affairs of the United Nations in Afghanistan, met with the local elders of the earthquake-stricken province of “Khost” and “Serajuddin Haqqani”, the interior minister of Taliban ¬†interim government.

According to the announcement published by UNAMA, these senior UN officials discussed the effective and quick delivery of humanitarian aid to people in need.

The announcement adds that a strong team of the United Nations is on the ground in the earthquake-affected areas to deliver essentials, including food, water, medical care and temporary shelters to the affected individuals and families.

UNAMA also emphasized that this organization plans to conduct seismic studies in Afghanistan with the cooperation of experts.

The Ministry of Interior of the interim government of the Taliban also wrote in an announcement that the UN delegation has promised to speed up the process of delivering aid to the earthquake victims.

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