Pakistan has expressed deep concern for Libya after the floods that hit the eastern cities of the country, calling it a "humanitarian disaster" and a "tragedy".

Pakistan's Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch conveyed Pakistan's sympathies to the Libyan people during a press conference in Islamabad.

Baloch also confirmed that Islamabad is currently coordinating with the International Committee of the Red Cross to provide assistance to Libya in these challenging times.

Amidst contradictory reports from various government officials and aid agencies, the United Nations initially reported that the death toll from the floods in Derna had exceeded 11,300.

However, the UN later revised the figures on Sunday, citing data from the World Health Organization, and declared the death toll to be 3,958.

The discrepancy in the figures highlights the chaotic response on the ground in a divided country.