Pakistan is accused of sending the same aid packages for the floods that it received from Turkey
Pakistan got into trouble after it was claimed that the nation handed Turkey the same supplies for relief that it had gotten for its devastation floods.
A journalist claims that Pakistani authorities changed the box on the exterior but neglected to update the boxes inside, which led to confusion. The consulate general expressed dissatisfaction with the government over the incident to the Pakistan Foreign Affairs Ministry and local news media sources.
The current announcement added to the Pakistani government's earlier blunders by embarrassing it. Before to this incident, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif was encouraged to postpone his trip to the earthquake-stricken region by Ankara.
It's important to note that just two days after the terrible earthquake devastated the region, Sharif and his foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had scheduled to visit Turkey. The Pakistani public also criticised this choice, chastising the administration for spending tax dollars on an overseas trip during a time of economic hardship. The current debate has once more made things difficult for Pakistan and damaged its relations with Turkey.
In an effort to help individuals impacted by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, numerous countries from across the world have banded together.