Kazakhstan to Provide More Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan
The Kazakh authorities will provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, according to the Kazakh government’s decree published in the information system of regulatory legal acts Adilet.
According to the document, 500 sleeping bags, 50 winter tents, 500 beds each, blankets, jackets, trousers, 400 hats and bed linen will be sent to Afghanistan.
The government of Kazakhstan decided to re-reserve material assets from the state material reserve for the provision of official humanitarian aid.
The Kazakh government stressed that its Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development should ensure the transportation and delivery of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.
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