ISLAMABAD     -   Türkiye’s 13th ‘Kindness Train’ has set off for Paki­stan with aid for the victims of catastrophic floods that have submerged one-third of the South Asian country. The train, which left the capital Ankara, is carrying 554 tons of disaster relief supplies, said a statement by Turkish Disas­ter and Emergency Manage­ment (AFAD), Turkish chan­nel TRT world reported on Sunday. Expected to reach Pa­kistan’s capital Islamabad in about two weeks, the train’s cargo will raise the total aid carried to the disaster-hit country this month by rail alone to roughly 7,290 tons. The shipment was ordered by Türkiye’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and under AF­AD’s coordination.