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Pakistan sends coronavirus medical aid to U.S.

Christian Fernsby |
Pakistan sent medical supplies to the U.S. on Friday to support its fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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Topics: PAKISTAN    U.S.   

Pakistan’s ambassador to Washington Asad Majeed Khan said the donation was a “token of friendship and solidarity” with the US, which is the world’s worst-hit country with over 1.57 million cases and nearly 95,000 deaths.

The supplies were delivered on a Pakistani Air Force cargo plane that landed at Andrews Air Base in Maryland, the ambassador said.


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