The humanitarian aid included power generators, tents, food and medical products.
Minsk sent over 40 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Tajikistan. This assistance was provided in accordance with the Order of the Council of Ministers of Belarus in coordination with the Ministry of Emergency Situations. The humanitarian cargo was delivered to the aerodrome in Gissar (Aini), the press office of the Ministry of Defence of Belarus reported on its Telegram channel on October 24.
The humanitarian aid included power generators, tents, food, medicines and medical products. The plane took off from the Machulishchi airfield. The total cost of humanitarian aid is 1 million Belarusian rubles, or about US$413,800.
The representatives of the Committee for Emergency Situations and Civil Defence received the humanitarian cargo in Tajikistan. Various organisations in Belarus were engaged in providing humanitarian assistance, and the resources of the State Reserve were used. The Tajik officials noted that humanitarian aid would be distributed promptly among all those in need.
In 2020, Dushanbe received more than 22,500 tonnes of humanitarian aid from 62 countries.