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RCS aid ship to set sail to Lebanon

posted on 07/08/2006: 818 views



The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) announced yesterday that it would send a ship loaded with relief and medical supplies to Lebanon as part of its campaign to assist the Lebanese people affected by the ongoing Israeli aggression.



'The ship will sail off within the coming two days in implementation of instructions by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces to dispatch urgent humanitarian assistance to Lebanon and follow up of Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and RCS Chairman, said Saleh Al Mulla, Acting RCS Secretary General.



According to him, around 2,500 tonnes of different relief and medical materials will be carried by the ship. He appealed to all individuals, businessmen, charities and firms who would like to send assistance to Lebanon to coordinate with the RCS to make the necessary arrangements. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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