According to national media reports, Sharif chaired the meeting held in Lahore for the evaluation of earthquake aid in Turkey.
The meeting was attended by the Minister of Revenue and Finance İshak Dar, the Minister of Plans and Development, Ahsan İkbal, who carried out aid operations, and the Chairman of the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA), Lieutenant General İnam Haydar Malik.
Prime Minister Sharif announced that 50 thousand tents will be sent to Turkey until March 23 and gave a directive to NDMA to ensure that the tents are suitable for winter conditions.
Alongside the tents, 38 thousand blankets will be sent to Turkey, and 22 thousand blankets and 10 thousand food parcels will be sent to Syria, which was affected by the earthquake, with 34 flights by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).
The second ship of the Pakistan Navy will depart from Karachi for Turkey today. The first ship of the navy was sent to Turkey with 1000 tons of aid on 28 February.
The civilian cargo ship carrying 8,200 tents to Turkey also departed from Karachi on 9 March.
The Pakistani government has so far sent more than 17,000 winter tents and 60,000 blankets to Turkey by air, land and sea.
In addition, Al Khidmat Foundation, Edhi Foundation, Beytus Salam Welfare Foundation, Sailani Welfare Foundation and Pakistan Red Crescent also carry out various aid activities in Turkey.