The top of the World Food Program David Beasley says the UN office has fixed its harmed planes from Kabul in Pakistan and is prepared to set up a philanthropic air connect among Islamabad and Kabul just as different objections in Afghanistan.
“This will allow us to scale up to meet the needs of the Afghan people,” he said in a video address posted on Twitter.
#NEWS: Our damaged planes from #Kabul have been repaired, and @WFP is now ready to establish a humanitarian air bridge between Islamabad-Kabul & other destinations in #Afghanistan. This will allow us to scale up to meet the needs of the Afghan people. Thank you, @GovtofPakistan. pic.twitter.com/3MBgzDv493— David Beasley (@WFPChief) August 25, 2021