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RCS to send four relief planes to Beirut

posted on 31/07/2006: 772 views



Four planes carrying relief materials will leave Abu Dhabi today for Beirut as part of an air bridge to Lebanon, ordered by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.



The planes will carry a total of 100 tonnes of medicines, foodstuff and other items intended to alleviate the suffering of the Lebanese people, said Saleh Mohammed Al Mulla, Acting Secretary General of UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS).



The UAE is engaged in ambitious plans, in collaboration with various local organisations and charity agencies, to extend a helping hand to the Lebanese people in this hour of need. Relief delegates from UAE are busy coordinating and following up with regional and international humanitarian agencies operating in Lebanon with the aim of rendering humanitarian services to the victims of the conflict between Lebanon and Israel. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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