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UAE ready to receive seriously-injured Lebanese for treatment

posted on 30/07/2006: 699 views

Beirut - The United Arab Emirates is ready to airlift seriously injured Lebanese for medical treatment, said Mohammed Sultan Al Suweidi, UAE Ambassador in Beirut. Al Suweidi made the remarks while in Beirut airport to receive two planes sent as part of an air bridge ordered by General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to deliver urgent relief and medical supplies to the Lebanese people.

"The air bridge is designed to meet the needs of displaced and injured Lebanese," he said. "The United Arab Emirates is prepared to transport badly injured people to provide them with medical treatment. We are also ready to take all necessary measures to help Lebanon and assist its people overcome this plight." Dr Mohammed Jawad Khalifa, Lebanese Health Minster praised the UAE for providing assistance. The aid consignments consist of foodstuff, medical items, blankets, medicines and vaccines. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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