Denmark Ambassador urges Int'l community to help flood-hit Pakistan.

HYDERABAD -- The Ambassador of Denmark in Pakistan, Jakob Linulf, has said that the floods had inflicted heavy damages in Pakistan and hundreds of people had lost lives due to it, the international community should come forward to help the victims.

He said this in an interview with reporter during his recent visit to Khipro town in district Sanghar where he inspected water purification plant established for flood hit people by Denmark Emergency Management Agency (DEMA).

The Ambassador expressed sympathies with the families of flood victims over the loss of lives and offered condolence to them on behalf of the government and the people of Denmark.

He said the Denmark always providing assistance to the people affected by natural disasters all over the world including Pakistan and funds are being utilized through United Nations (UN), the European Union (EU) and the international NGOs for the rehabilitation of the victims.

About water purification plant, the Danish Ambassador informed that DEMA had established purification plant in Khipro areas of Sindh province from which one hundred thousands litre purified water is being supplied to rain and flood hit population daily basis.

He said this plant is being run and managed by Denmark Emergency Management Agency in collaboration with Maersk, a Danish shipping organization aiming at providing clean drinking water to the affectees.

The rain water accumulated is being purified with the help of state of the art machinery installed in Khipro town committee's ground, Jakob said and added that same water after being...

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