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RCS replenishes the emergency stock of Iraq's Red Crescent

posted on 14/01/2003: 629 views


The UAE Red Crescent Society yesterday said that it had extended urgently needed supplies to Iraqi Red Crescent Society to replenish its emergency stock. Concluding a five-day visit to Iraq, head of the RCS delegation, Dr. Saleh Musa Al Tayee said that the delegation had acquainted itself with the humanitarian needs of Iraq, particularly the sharp shortage of medical supplies in Iraqi hospitals. He said that the RCS delegation had launched a children vaccination programme against polio in line with the instructions Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan,



Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the RCS. Dr. Hisham Saddoun, Head of the Iraqi Red Crescent, lauded the nationalistic stance of H.H. President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan in supporting Iraqi people. He said that the UAE was always by the side of the Iraqi people since the start of the suffering of the Iraqi people in 1990. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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