Apple CEO Announces Flood Relief Aid For Pakistan

Apple has made the announcement that it would contribute to the relief and recovery activities that are now taking place in Pakistan as a direct consequence of the devastating flood-induced storms that have claimed the lives of millions of people.
The Chief Executive Officer of Apple, Tim Cook, made the announcement on Twitter that the business would contribute to local relief and recovery efforts. Humanitarian catastrophes of a cataclysmic proportions have been caused by the flooding in Pakistan and the surrounding territories. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have suffered the loss of loved ones, the countless families who have been displaced, and everyone else who has been impacted. According to the email that Cook sent everyone, “Apple will make a gift to relief and recovery activities on the ground.”
In response to this tweet, Pakistan’s Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal thanked Apple’s CEO for their assistance and pointed out that despite the fact that Pakistan has the world’s lowest carbon emissions, the country is still being ravaged by the effects of global warming, and its people are suffering for no good reason. In addition, he urged the Group of Seven, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the Fortune 100 to back Pakistan in its fight against the disaster.

In response, Ahsan Iqbal said, “Thank you very much for your support. Pakistan, which has the world’s lowest carbon output, is bearing the brunt of the effects of global warming, which has resulted in the displacement of 33 million people through no fault of their own. The G-7, the OECD, and the Fortune 100 all need to face up to their responsibilities and pitch in to help combat the disaster.

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