Pakistan Embassy: Food served to Japan tsunami victims

Cooked food for 900 persons at a relief centre set up at Minato Primary School in Nishinamaki city.


April 26, 2011

ISLAMABAD: The embassy of Pakistan in collaboration with a leading Pakistani restaurant chain in Tokyo arranged cooked food for 900 persons at a relief centre set up at Minato Primary School in Nishinamaki city, Miyagi prefecture for earthquake-tsunami affected people. According to a press release received here, the food was delivered at the relief centre by a team of embassy officers headed by Pakistan’s Ambassador to Japan Noor Muhammad Jadmani. A number of senior officers from the Japanese ministry of foreign affairs also accompanied the Pakistan Embassy team to the relief centre. A group of Japan-based Pakistani volunteers reached the affected area right after the earthquake and have ever since been preparing food for the affected people at the relief centre.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 26th, 2011.

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