Mobile Hospital donated by ppl of Palestine


ISLAMABAD: A solidarity gift of Mobile Hospital has been given by the Embassy of Palestine (People of Palestine) to Pakistan to facilitate doctors and medical staff to fight against Coronavirus has been installed at Pind Daddan Khan. 

It’s a two-bed mobile health unit with basic equipment, an inspection room for doctors and a generator  and can be moved from one place to another to deal with any emergency.

Palestine's ambassador to Pakistan, His Excellency Ahmed Rabei said that the relations between Pakistan and Palestine are very deep and that the gesture is also aimed at deepening the ties between the two countries.

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