Heydar Aliyev Foundation delivers aid packages to needy in Pakistan’s Abbotabad
Aid packages of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation have been distributed to the needy and poor families in a number of villages in Abbotabad area, Pakistan.
Deputy Speaker of National Assembly of Pakistan Murtaza Javed Abbasi and Ambassador of Azerbaijan Ali Alizade addressed the distribution ceremony at the Ghambirr village in Abbottabad, according to Pakistan-based the Parliament Times newspaper, Trend reports.
Ambassador Alizade noted that throughout the history, peoples of Azerbaijan and Pakistan have communicated with each other, worked together, shared their grief and rejoiced at their success together. The ambassador noted that Azerbaijan and Pakistan enjoy cordial and warm relations in all fields, as well as in humanitarian and social field, and pointed out that a number of different humanitarian and social projects were implemented by the Heydar Aliyev Foundation in Pakistan.
Ali Alizade said that after a devastating earthquake in 2005, the Heydar Aliyev Foundation started its work in Pakistan and constructed a new school for girls in Muzaffarabad.
The ambassador emphasized that distribution of Ramadan Aid Packages of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation in Abbottabad in the Holy Month of Ramadan once again proves “intimacy, friendship and solidarity between our peoples”.