BRUSSELS (AFP) - Europe released 10 million euros (13 million dollars) in emergency aid to help Pakistans flood victims on Wednesday, taking total humanitarian aid over the past 12 months to more than 110 million euros. The European Commission decision takes immediate effect and comes as an addition to the 30m euros for humanitarian assistance allocated on July 30, said a statement from the EUs day-to-day executive. My heartfelt condolences go to all those affected by this crisis and the European Union stands ready to support Pakistan both in financial and political terms in dealing with the consequences of this terrible event, said Catherine Ashton, EU foreign affairs chief. Meanwhile, Australian PM Julia Gillard committed two military planes to assist relief efforts in Pakistan, saying Australians wanted to help those facing catastrophic floods. The aircraft, which will deliver emergency supplies, are in addition to the 10m dollars (9.04m US) in aid Australia had already committed. , she said. Many Australians are deeply concerned by the worsening humanitarian crisis as the rains continue, Gillard said in a statement. Gillard said the unfolding disaster in Pakistan required a global response and Australia was committed to helping the country recover and rebuild. As Pakistans needs become clearer, Australia will consider what further assistance to provide, the prime minister said.