thenews.com.pk 21 Sep, 2020 02:30 am

Medical items donated

Medical items donated
Islamabad: The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency has donated medical items for thalassaemia patients of the Frontier Foundation Welfare Hospital and Blood Transfusion Services.TIKA country...

September 21, 2020 Home Today's Paper Islamabad Medical items donated Islamabad September 21, 2020 Islamabad: The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency has donated medical items for thalassaemia patients of the Frontier Foundation Welfare Hospital and Blood Transfusion Services.Sultan Muhammad Khan, minister for law and human rights in KP, and Rabia Basri, chairperson of the provincial assembly standing committee on health, said the government had enacted effective legislation to bring reforms in the health sector and was bringing more reforms as both health and education were among its priorities.Latest News Kim Kardashian And Paris Hilton Have Fun During A Night Out: Watch Kylie Jenner Calls Her Stylists 'so Unprofessional' During Her Glam Session Prince Harry Taking Filmmaking Classes To Conquer Hollywood: Report Sophie, Prince Edward And Children Help Clean Beach In Portsmouth Idris Elba And Tom Hardy Tipped To Replace Daniel Craig As 007 In New James Bond Prince Andrew Is Getting The Cold Shoulder From Prince Philip And Royal Family?Ellen DeGeneres To Invite Celebrities To Her Show To Win Back Her Audience Prince William And Prince Harry Are Mending Their Fences, Says Royal Expert Jennifer Lopez's New Instagram Picture Breaks The Internet Machine Gun Kelly's Daughter Wants Him To Get An Emotional Support Dog Pakistan Democratic Movement To Begin Struggle Against Govt From October

The minister expressed special thanks to the Turkish government and said there was a respectful relationship between Pakistan and Turkey."Turkey has always stood by Pakistan on all important issues at the international level," he said.

Read full story at thenews.com.pk