Guterres told reporters that during a two-day visit to Pakistan, he will also visit areas affected by recent floods.
Meanwhile, Stephane Dujarric, the spokesperson of the United Nations Secretary-General, says that the organization and its partners have distributed aid to (336,000) affected people in Baluchistan and distributed aid to another (117,000) people in Sindh.
He added that the process of sending global aid through the air corridor between Dubai and Pakistan is also going on.
According to the information of the Pakistani authorities, more than 1,300 people died and about (12,700) people were injured due to the recent floods in this country.
These floods have caused the complete destruction of (56,000) residential houses in different parts of Pakistan.Follow TKG on Twitter & Facebook