Turkey has sent two more cargo planes carrying aid to flood-hit Pakistan.
Planes took off from Turkish capital Ankara on Saturday.
Turkish planes, a military cargo plane and a Turkish Airlines cargo plane, will transport two tons of aid materials including, vaccines, medicine, medical stuff, as well as a 42-member Turkish medical team, two fully equipped mobile hospitals, an ambulance, and a 4x4 truck of Turkey's national medical rescue teams.
So far, Turkey has sent eight planes full of 244 tons of aid and $10 million financial aid to Pakistan.
In the meantime, Turkish military provided a C-130 cargo plane to assist Pakistani Armed Forces in distributing aid materials to flood victims across the country.