The Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, thanked the UAE for its continued support for global efforts to tackle the Coronavirus. The UAE is known for its humanitarian help in different countries.
World Health Organization thanks UAE
Ghebreyesus published a tweet on his Twitter account, in which he said:
“Thank you, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, for the continuous support of global efforts to tackle the emerging coronavirus.”
The director of the organization re-published a tweet containing the news of the UAE sending aid to Iran to combat the Corona epidemic.
This wasn’t the first time that the General Director of the World Health Organization (WHO), to thank the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for its help. But this time he specified in his Tweet special thanks to Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
— Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (@DrTedros) March 17, 2020
The UAE is helping Iran to eliminate coronavirus
This is the second trip that the UAE is going to Iran, On Monday, the UAE sent two aid planes carrying medical supplies and relief equipment to Iran. In order to support them in the face of the emerging coronavirus.
The two planes that took off from the capital Abu Dhabi carried more than 32 tons of supplies. In addition, including boxes of gloves, surgical masks, and protective equipment.
After that Iran made a special thanks to the countries that helped it in its way to confront the coronavirus. the Emirates was one of these countries that has its first step to help Iran with the WHO cooperation.
Following the Twitter & phone calls of @JZarif & the Embassies' efforts, besides China, Turkey, Emirates, Germany, France, UK aids in cash/medical equipment have been received from Japan, Qatar, Azerbaijan & Russia.The Gov & ppl of #Iran never forget their friends of hardships.
— S.A MOUSAVI (@SAMOUSAVI9) March 14, 2020
While the first aid sent to Iran, On the third of March. The UAE sent a plane that carried 7.5 tons of medical supplies in cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO). It also carried with it five experts from the organization to help 15 thousand workers in the Health care field.