Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): This request was made yesterday (Saturday, September 3) in a situation where planes have transferred humanitarian aid to this country through a humanitarian air bridge.
According to the initial estimates of the government of Pakistan, rainfall and floods in this country have caused 10 billion dollars in damage.
Some authorities and experts have considered the unusual monsoon rains and flooding to be affected by climate change.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is scheduled to visit Pakistan on September 9 to visit the flood-affected areas and meet with Pakistani officials.
Earlier this week, the United Nations and Pakistan jointly submitted a request for $160 million in financial aid.
In its latest report, the National Disaster Management Authority of Pakistan has announced the addition of 57 dead to the number of victims.
Meanwhile, with the increase in the number of victims and displaced people, the international attention to Pakistan has increased.
Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's previous request for help brought a quick response from the international community.
In response to this request, the international community sent planes full of relief goods to Pakistan.
It should be noted that, according to international officials, the flood in Pakistan has reduced attention to the victims of the flood in Afghanistan, and as a result, the amount of aid to the country's citizens has decreased.