United Arab Emirates sends a medical aid plane to Madagascar
Today, Wednesday, the United Arab Emirates sent an aid plane containing 9 tons of medical aid supplies to Madagascar; To support it in curbing the spread of the emerging coronavirus, 9,000 health care workers are to benefit from it. To enhance their efforts to contain the spread of the virus.
UAE sends a medical aid plane to Madagascar
The United Arab Emirate’s non-resident ambassador to Madagascar Khalid Khalifa Al Mualla said – in a statement reported by the UAEVOICE – that the United Arab Emirates is determined to assist the needy countries in strengthening the global struggle against the Coronavirus.
The United Arab Emirates ambassador confirmed his country’s commitment to provide health care workers on the front lines with the necessary supplies and to give priority to public health during these difficult times.
UAE sends medical aid plane to Dagestan, Russia, to help combat the spread of the new Coronavirus
The United Arab Emirates today sent an aid plane containing 9 tons of medical supplies to Dagestan, Russia, to support it in curbing the spread of the new Coronavirus «Covid-19», which will benefit 9 thousand health care workers to enhance their efforts to contain the spread of the virus.
His Excellency Moadad Hareb Jabir Al Khaili, Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to the Federal Republic of Russia said: “Russia has always been, and will continue to be, a major partner for the UAE in the political, cultural and economic fields … and when difficult circumstances arise, these partnerships become more important than ever in strengthening ties of solidarity, And providing life-saving assistance around the world. ”
He continued with his happiness: “With the delivery of aid today to Dagestan, the United Arab Emirates affirms its commitment to work, along with workers on the front lines in the field of health care in Russia, to overcome this epidemic.”
On June 1, the United Arab Emirates sent a shipment of medical aid supplies to Grozny, Russia, to help it cope with the Covid-19 pandemic.
To date, the United Arab Emirates has provided more than 701 tons of aid to more than 61 countries, benefiting about 701 thousand medical professionals.