DoD thanks Pakistan for donating PPEs to fight against COVID-19

WASHINGTON: The United States Department of Defense (DoD) took to Twitter to thank the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) for their donation of Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs).

US Department of Defense (DoD) thanks Pakistan for its donation of PPEs to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

The official Twitter account of the Department of Defense (DoD) made a post with several photos showing a Pakistan Air Force plane that arrived in the United States carry personal protection equipment (PPEs). This included boxes clearly marked carrying face masks.

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The tweet thanked the Pakistan Air Force saying:

We welcome the PPE donation from Pakistan’s military today, a show of goodwill from a long-standing partner. Special thanks to the PAF and @Andrews_JBA aircrews for their hard work supporting this effort. DoD is proud to stand with Pakistan’s military to fight COVID19.

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