ISLAMABAD - Pakistan gifts state of the art "Mohammad Ali Jinnah Hospital" Kabul worth millions of dollars to Afghanistan government.
A state-of-the-art hospital – built by Pakistan – was inaugurated in Kabul on Saturday, said a statement by the Foreign Office (FO).
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan inaugurated the 200-bed Muhammad Ali Jinnah Hospital. The facility has been constructed at a cost of US$24 million and Afghan Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish attended the ceremony as chief guest.
On the occasion, the minister conveyed the message of Prime Minister Imran Khan that Pakistan would continue to facilitate the people of Afghanistan .
“Pakistan wishes to see a stable Afghanistan and hopes that inauguration of the hospital would be a substantial contribution to the health sector,” the press release read.