UAE sends medical aid to the Pacific island countries

The United Arab Emirates today sent aid containing 13 tons of medical supplies and examination devices to 14 countries from the Pacific island countries / Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, Cook Islands, Niue / to support the efforts of the cadres working in the medical services, by providing them with personal and preventive protection tools, and diagnostic devices for “COVID-19”.

The UAE sends medical aid to the Pacific island countries to support their efforts to combat Corona

Abdullah Al-Sabousi, the United Arab Emirates ambassador to Australia, said: “The dispatch of the medical aid plane today to the Pacific island countries reflects the continuous efforts made by the United Arab Emirates to support these countries and stand by them to contain the emerging coronavirus, by providing the necessary supplies to enhance efforts Medical care workers and provide them with appropriate protection. ”

UAE medical aid plane send to the Pacific island countries

For his part, Matar Al Mansouri, Chargé d’Affairs at the United Arab Emirates Embassy in Wellington said: “The United Arab Emirates is working tirelessly and continuously to strengthen relations with all Pacific island countries, and to launch them towards broader horizons in all fields.”

Matar Al Mansouri added: “The Medical aid plane provided by the United Arab Emirates today comes within the framework of supporting the development efforts made in the Pacific island countries to confront the effects of the emerging coronavirus pandemic and to provide the necessary medical aid supplies to enhance the capabilities of medical workers and provide them with adequate protection.

The United Arab Emirates total Humanitarian Aids

It is worth noting that, to date, the United Arab Emirates has sent more than 1,277 tons of aid to more than 107 countries, benefiting more than 1.2 million medical workers.

Source: WAM
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