If we don’t help flood victims, no one will be left, Angelina Jolie calls on the international community to do more | Pro IQRA News

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Hollywood actress and special ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Angelina Jolie says that if help does not arrive in the coming weeks, the survivors will not be saved.

Angelina Jolie, who came to Pakistan for the flood victims, visited the National Flood Response Coordination Center, where she expressed her determination to focus the world’s attention on the flood disasters in Pakistan.

Angelina Jolie also depicted the worst of the disaster, the plight of the people and the relief operation of the Pakistan Army. Saw people helping and saving lives, spoke to those whose lives were saved but they are still not safe.

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He said the world has no idea of ​​the destruction that has taken place. If help does not arrive in the coming weeks, even the survivors will not be saved. These people who are in the fight for life and death include countless children. I have never seen such a disaster anywhere in my life. The victims are in urgent need of food, shelter, medical facilities. Earlier, when I came, I found that the Pakistani people were hospitable to the Afghan people. Today, the Pakistanis themselves are suffering from a major natural disaster.

Angelina Jolie asked the international community to do more to help the Pakistani flood victims and said the world should wake up to the situation in Pakistan, it is a matter of life and death for many people, less responsible for climate change. Rich countries face more destruction and death than others, my heart goes out to the people in this hour of need.

The Hollywood star repeatedly expressed his determination to come to Pakistan to help the victims.


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