Pakistan and Singapore relations

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|+ '''Pakistan—Singapore relations'''
| width=300 colspan=2 align=center | flagicon|Pakistan|size=300x66px flagicon|Singapore|size=300x66px
| colspan=2 align=center | [Pakistan Singapore Locator.svg|300px]
| [of arms of Pakistan.svg|30px] legend|#3c9d3c|'''Pakistan'''
| [of arms of Singapore.svg|30px] legend|#e3801c|'''Singapore'''

Singapore humanitarian cooperation with Pakistan dates back as early as 1970 when the Bhola cyclone struck East Pakistan. Singapore dispatched a forty-five member Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Medical Mission to East Pakistan. During this trip, SAF provided medical supplies worth about $50,000, while 15 tons of canned food were forwarded to local relief centres for distribution to the victims.

During the 2010 Pakistan floods, the government of Singapore provided Pakistan aid of up to US$100,000 whereas Singapore charity organisation Mercy Relief collected charity worth up to US$500,000. Charis Singapore, a humanitarian organization of the Catholic Church, contributed US$50,000, 800 water filters; 10 000 blankets to the flood victims of Pakistan. Singapore has also been instrumental in helping Pakistan during the 2005 Kashmir earthquake.

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