Amritsar: India's help to Afghanistan, which is facing starvation after the Taliban capture, has attracted the attention of the world. India is helping fight hunger by sending wheat to Afghanistan. In this episode, a delegation of the World Food Program (WFP) of the United Nations (UN) has come to India to understand how it can so well procure wheat for Afghanistan as well as carry out its testing and transportation. is giving.
The United Nations (UN) World Food Program delegation visited Amritsar in Punjab to understand the entire process of sending wheat to Afghanistan. Dr. Stephanie Hurd, WFP's loss prevention officer, said the delegation has come to India to be briefed on the wheat procurement process. Let us inform that India has so far sent 10,000 metric tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan and its target is to deliver 50 thousand metric tonnes of wheat.
Sandro Banao, Commodity Specialist at the United Nations, World Food Program has said that, 'We are here to see the initiative taken by the Indian government for the people of Afghanistan.' Praising India for assisting Afghanistan with humanitarian aid, he said, 'Sending wheat to Afghanistan is a very kind step by India.'