Today’s heroes: Pakistan’s peacekeepers rescue over 2,000 people as flood leaves Congo devastated

At the moment, Pakistan has over 4,000 blue helmet rescue workers working with the UN to maintain stability and peace.

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement that Pakistan’s peacekeepers have rescued over 2,000 people from the flood-hit region of Uvira of South Kivu in Congo.

According to ISPR, heavy rain in South Kivu and its neighboring areas resulted in continuous flooding that damaged thousands of houses and affected 75,000 people.

Pakistan’s Blue Helmets, part of UN Mission in Congo (MONUSCO), rushed to the area for the rescue and relief of the Congolese Populace. The rescue teams were instantly dispatched to different locations.

At the moment, Pakistan has over 4,000 blue helmet rescue workers working with the UN to maintain stability and peace.

Around 157 Pakistani peacekeepers have sacrificed their lives during the UN’s missions for the preservation of global peace while serving humanity.

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