Indonesia provides $1.04 million in food, medicine to Afghanistan

The Indonesian government donated $1.04 million worth of food and medical supplies to Afghanistan, according to Indonesian media reports.

This aid package includes various essential items such as food, medicine, and health kits, aimed at supporting victims of natural disasters in Afghanistan.

Reports indicate that the aid is intended to bolster the capacities of those affected by recent natural calamities, helping them to regain their footing.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo, in a statement during the dispatch of the aid, expressed hope that this humanitarian assistance would alleviate some of the burdens faced by the victims of these disasters. “We hope this aid will ease the suffering of those affected by natural disasters in Afghanistan,” he said.

Recent natural disasters in Afghanistan have claimed hundreds of lives and caused significant financial damage in the affected areas.