ISLAMABAD - Norways Deputy Minister of International Environment and Development Ms Ingrid Fiskaa said that Pakistan alone could not cope with the devastations of floods and international community should have to play its due role in rehabilitation of the flood victims. Talking to TheNation after visiting Nowshera, Fiskaa said that the devastations by floods were unprecedented and beyond human imagination and now she would in a much better way project the plight of the flood victims back home. She said that Norway had initially given 100 million Norwegian Crone in aid for the flood victims and said that now she would more vigorously work for generating more funds for the relief and rehabilitation of the flood victims. To a question she said that world communitys response toward the floods was a bit sluggish and they should have moved much faster to mitigate the sufferings of the people affected by the floods. She was appreciative of the Pakistani authorities, local and international NGOs who were out to help the victims in this critical phase and called upon the world community to come forward and play their role in mitigating the problems being faced by the people displaced by the unprecedented floods. She warned that any delay in the relief and rehabilitation work would put hundreds and thousands of lives of innocent people at stake who were entrapped in a murky environment following the floods. To a question she said that the positive aspect of the whole affair was that the people had not lost hope and they were struggling to get back into their life with what ever available to them. She was also appreciative of the role of the local and international welfare organisations, which were working in their respective fields day in and day out to help the people displaced by the floods.