President Arif Alvi, PM Shehbaz express grief over flood havoc in UAE


ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Sunday communicated their sorrow over the deficiency of lives during the destruction brought about by floods in the United Arab Emirates.

President Alvi communicated distress over the deficiency of lives in the UAE, five Pakistanis among them, and asked that the impacted families bear their misfortunes with guts.

He additionally petitioned God for the rapid recuperation of the harmed. The President said Pakistan itself was going through a comparable circumstance following storm downpours.

Dr Arif Alvi called upon the global local area to work intimately with emerging nations to balance the effect of environmental change.

On his Twitter handle, the head of the state gave sympathies to the dispossessed families.

Shehbaz Sharif, in a connected tweet, said Pakistan remained by individuals of the UAE and the public authority in this troublesome hour.

He asked the Pakistan government office in Abu Dhabi to stretch out full help to the impacted families.

A representative for the Foreign Office said the public authority and individuals of Pakistan stretch out genuine sympathies to the public authority and individuals of the UAE on the pulverization brought about by floods.

“We express our most profound feelings to the groups of the departed and petition God for rapid recuperation of those harmed. Pakistan remains in fortitude with individuals and administration of the United Arab Emirates,” the representative said. The Pakistan consulate in Abu Dhabi and the department general in Dubai were in contact with the UAE government and groups of the impacted Pakistanis, the representative added.

The UAE kept its most noteworthy measure of precipitation in 27 years last week. The downpours prompted floods in Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Fujairah.

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