India’s sixth consignment of humanitarian aid for Afghanistan has arrived at Iran’s Shahid Beheshti Port in Chabahar on Friday.
Director-general of Sistan and Baluchestan Ports and Maritime Department Behrouz Aghaei said on Saturday that the Kashan ship “carrying 355 TEUs loaded with 8,875 tons of wheat arrived in strategic Iranian port” and the cargo will soon be delivered to Afghanistan overland.
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The consignment is part of 75,000 metric tons of wheat being sent to Afghanistan as a “humanitarian gesture” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aghaei noted that the Iranian port has handled over 38,500 metric tons of India’s shipments for Afghanistan since the beginning of the current fiscal year on March 20.
The Embassy of India in Kabul announced that the country is also gifting 500,000 tablets of Hydroxychloroquine to Afghanistan for health professionals and Coronavirus patients.
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