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INTERNATIONAL ISSUES - LEBANON

UAE's Lebanon school rehabilitation initiative kicks off

Posted on 17/09/2006

Beirut - A UAE initiative to rehabilitate Southern Lebanon schools damaged in the latest Israeli attacks kicked off last Thursday when a team led by UAE Ambassador to Lebanon, Mohammed Sultan Al Rumaithi, and the Lebanese Education Minister, inspected the damaged schools in the Southern and Nabatiyah Provinces. Ambassador Al Rumaithi said a UAE supervisory team had already arrived to supervise the rehabilitation work. "UAE engineers are already managing the day to day activities to ensure ...  >>MORE

Lebanese Health Minister lauds UAE medical team

Posted on 17/09/2006

Beirut - Lebanese Health Minister Dr. Mohammed Jawad Khalifa has lauded the UAE's medical training programme, saying it was a model for preparing medical personnel for emergency and crisis situations. Speaking at a ceremony held to felicitate the UAE medical team, Khalifa said both Lebanon and the UAE have enjoyed closer relations with the UAE supporting Lebanon during its most difficult crises. "The UAE has always supported the Lebanese people. The medical support being provided now to ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Charity International presents mobile clinic to Lebanon

Posted on 14/09/2006

The Lebanese people will soon enjoy the service of a mobile clinic, a gift from the Sharjah Charity International. The board of the Sharjah Charity International held yesterday a meeting presided over by its chairman, Sheikh Esam bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Chief of the Sharjah Ruler's Office, during which the board decided to present to the Lebanese people a mobile clinic fully equipped with modern medical equipment for first aid services. Sheikh Esam praised the organisation's personnel for doing ...  >>MORE

UAE 'will always support Lebanon'

Posted on 13/09/2006

Beirut - The UAE will always support Lebanon, to help it overcome the effects of the Israeli aggression, said Mohammad Abdullah Al Gergawi, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs. Al Gergawi, heading a UAE delegation to Lebanon, was received by Lebanese President Emile Lahoud and Prime Minister Fouad Siniora on Monday. He conveyed to Lahoud the greetings and wishes of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ...  >>MORE

Emirates Post resumes postal services to Lebanon

Posted on 12/09/2006

Emirates Post has announced that all mail services to Lebanon have been restored, after the disruption caused by recent events. With the resumption of postal links, all normal and registered mail as well as movement of parcels between the UAE and Lebanon have returned to normal. "In view of the security situation in Lebanon we had suspended postal services for some time," said Abdulla Al Daboos, Director General, Emirates Post. "Now, after ensuring that all systems are in place in Lebanon, ...  >>MORE

RCS to transport 50 tonnes of relief supplies to Lebanon

Posted on 11/09/2006

The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) will transport a total of 50 tonnes of relief supplies for the displaced person in Lebanon. The items will be distributed in cooperation with Beit Zakat charity body in Tripoli, Lebanon. "These relief items will be distributed to recipients in eight displaced camps. This move is significant in addressing the suffering of the displaced person who fled their villages during the conflict", said Mohammed Saleh Al Zarouni, Head of RCS team in Lebanon. He ...  >>MORE

Lebanon Premier receives UAE envoy

Posted on 07/09/2006

Beirut - Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora received in Beirut yesterday UAE Ambassador to Beirut Mohammed Sultan Al Suweidi. The meeting reviewed the role being played by UAE Red Crescent Society in Lebanon. Al Suweidi, who was accompanied by Head of RCS Relief Committee in Lebanon Mohammed bin Khalfan Al Rumaithi, said that he briefed the Lebanese Prime Minister on the operations carried out by the RCS in Lebanon under the directives of President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan ...  >>MORE

Hamdan briefed on situation in Lebanon

Posted on 05/09/2006

Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, has reiterated the UAE's commitment to helping Lebanon overcome its current plight following the latest Israeli atrocities. Sheikh Hamdan, who is also the Chairman of the UAE Red Crescent Society "RCS", was briefed yesterday on the situation in Lebanon when he received Khalifa Nassir Al Suwaidi, RCS Board Chairman, Sana'a Darweish Al Kutbi, Secretary General, and Dr. Saleh Al Ta'ei, head of RCS mission to Lebanon. Sheikh Hamdan ...  >>MORE

UAE ready to offer help to Lebanon on infrastructure: UAE minister

Posted on 03/09/2006

Stockholm - In line with the directives of President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, General Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai and General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the United Arab Emirates is ready to extend helping hand to the afflicted Lebanese people and government to overcome the destructive impacts of the Israeli aggression and support ...  >>MORE

Lebanese RCS lauds its UAE counterpart

Posted on 03/09/2006

The Lebanese Red Crescent Society has commended the humanitarian role played by its UAE counterpart in Lebanon during and after the conflict. Speaking at a joint meeting in Beirut, Lebanese RCS Chairman Sami Al Dahdah said: "The UAE's humanitarian initiative was widely hailed at the Lebanese grassroots and leadership levels. It was a timely intervention which helped enormously in addressing the problem of acute shortages in medicines and other badly needed relief supplies". Dahdah ...  >>MORE

Lebanese Premier thanks Khalifa and Mohammed bin Rashid

Posted on 03/09/2006

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, have received separately a letter of thanks and appreciation from Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Al Siniora for their great support for Lebanon. Al Sinyora paid tribute to the UAE leadership and people for their supportive stand with Lebanon. The letters were delivered by Lebanese Ambassador Hassan Saleem Berro to the Acting Foreign Ministry Under ...  >>MORE

Second UAE Ship delivers aid supplies to Beirut

Posted on 03/09/2006

Beirut - A UAE vessel yesterday delivered over one thousand tonnes of aid supplies shipped by the UAE Red Crescent society "RCS" for the victims of the Israeli aggression against Lebanon. This consignment, the second to be sent by sea, raised the total UAE aid supplies to Lebanon to over 2,500 tonnes. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

RCS delivers aid to Lebanese fishermen

Posted on 30/08/2006

Tripoli- A team from the UAE Red Crescent Society yesterday distributed 1,000 food parcels to fishermen in the Lebanese city of Tripoli, whose livelihood is threaten by the massive oil spill. Head of the team Dr Saleh Musa Al Taei said that the RCS will do its best to provide support to the displaced people. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Health Minister visits injured Lebanese on admission at Zayed Military Hospital

Posted on 29/08/2006

Minister of Health, Humaid Al Qattami, visited yesterday a number of injured Lebanese flown into the UAE to receive medical treatment at the Zayed Military Hospital here in Abu Dhabi. During the visit, the minister, accompanied by a number of officials from his ministry, got a first hand information about the health condition of the patients. He said the UAE, in line with the directives of President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, ...  >>MORE

RCS distributes relief items in Bint Jbeil, Tebnin

Posted on 28/08/2006

A delegation from the UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS), currently in Lebanon, has distributed various relief items to the residents of Bint Jbeil, Tebnin and other villages lying close to the border with Israel. The operation is part of the RCS humanitarian efforts to improve the living situation of the residents of these villages and to encourage those who fled during the Israeli aggression to return home. The RCS team distributed essential commodities, consisting 400 parcels of food items ...  >>MORE

Lebanon hails UAE

Posted on 28/08/2006

Mrs. Randa Berri, wife of the Lebanese Parliament Speaker, has praised the UAE for its humanitarian and relief assistance to Lebanon. Mrs Berri, who is also Chairperson of the Lebanese Society for the Handicapped, made her remarks in a statement carried by a Saudi daily today. In the statement titled "UAE air bridge lifts 1500 tonnes of aid to Lebanon", Al Riyadh daily quoted Berri as hailing the UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) for its support of the Lebanese people. The paper noted that an ...  >>MORE

RCS distributes relief materials in Qana

Posted on 27/08/2006

The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) has distributed foodstuff and other relief materials among victims in war-ravaged areas in Southern Lebanon. A RCS delegation has delivered foodstuff parcels and gifts to the orphans in Al-Sadigain village near Qana town. The delegation, headed by Dr. Saleh Al Taei, RCS' director of Relief and Emergency, also visited the TCS-supported mobile clinic. The UAE charity organisation has further pledged to provide the Hamoud university hospital in Sidon with ...  >>MORE

Finance House donates Dh2 million in support of Lebanon

Posted on 27/08/2006

The Abu Dhabi-based Finance House has donated Dh. 2 million for the reconstruction of Lebanon in the wake of the month-long war between Hezbollah and Israel that devastated most of the country's infrastructure. Mohammed Abdullah Juma Al Qubaisi, chairman of Finance House's board of directors, said that the donation mirrors his company's keenness to contribute to charity endeavours to help rebuild Lebanon. "This move was in tandem with the policy mapped out by Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al ...  >>MORE

UAE aid projects to help rebuild Lebanon soon

Posted on 27/08/2006

UAE aid projects are soon to be set up to help rebuild Lebanon following the extensive destruction caused by Israel's war on the country. Ebrahim Mohammad Bu Melha, vice-chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Humanitarian and Charitable Foundation, said a lot still needs to be done to help reconstruct Lebanon and thus governmental bodies and individual establishments in the UAE have shown interest in contributing to the reconstruction. "To see the ...  >>MORE

RCS launches mobile hospitals in Lebanon

Posted on 26/08/2006

Beirut - Lebanese Health Minister Dr. Mohammed Khalifa praised yesterday the UAE for its humanitarian and relief assistance to Lebanon. He gave special thank s to the UAE for its initiative to airlift Lebanese wounded and treating them in UAE hospitals. The Minister made his remarks today during a meeting with a delegation of the UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) led by Dr. Saleh Al Taei, head of relief and emergency, after it launched the mobile hospitals project in south of Lebanon in ...  >>MORE

UAE plane delivers 40 tons of relief supply to Lebanon

Posted on 26/08/2006

Beirut - A UAE plane carrying 40 tons of relief assistance landed yesterday at the Rafik Al Hariri International Airport as part of an air-bridge between the UAE and Lebanon to deliver relief supplies to the Lebanese people. A UAE Red Crescent Society team, led by Dr. Saleh Musa Al Ta'ie, Director of the RCS' Relief and Emergency Department, currently in Lebanon, received the relief supplies on the Airport's tarmac before handing them over to the Lebanon Red Cross Society and the Nabatiya ...  >>MORE

UAE Relief Committee distributes aid in Southern Beirut

Posted on 26/08/2006

Beirut - Members of the UAE Relief Committee, made up of representatives of the UAE Red Crescent Society and the UAE Embassy in Beirut, last Wednesday distributed food items in the Awzae area in Southern Beirut. The items are part of the relief assistance which arrived here through the air-bridge operation embarked upon by the UAE to deliver relief supplies to the Lebanese people. Some of the relief assistance were distributed in various parts of Lebanon through a number of Lebanese national ...  >>MORE

Giving hand to Lebanon is a national duty: Nahyan

Posted on 26/08/2006

Assistance to Lebanese people in their current ordeal and to heal their wounds from the war-affected victims is a local and national duty, affirmed Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Sheikh Nahyan, also Chancellor of Zayed University (ZU), noted that the UAE, under instructions of President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and other UAE leaders, was among the first countries in delivery of humanitarian relief to the brotherly ...  >>MORE

UAE divers to answer Lebanon’s call for help

Posted on 26/08/2006

"As soon as the bombing is over we need your help because the sea is so polluted." Ibrahim Al-Zu'bi of Emirates Diving Association is preparing to answer the call of environmentalists in Lebanon - and hundreds of fellow members in the UAE are ready to join him when they receive the all-clear. While the world's attention rightly focuses on the human cost of the conflict, the natural environment is a silent victim of the war in Lebanon, and there is a shortage of expertise and equipment to ...  >>MORE

Another UAE aid plane arrives in Beirut

Posted on 23/08/2006

Beirut - A UAE aid plane has arrived in Rafiq al Hariri International Airport in Beirut carrying 40 tonnes of food supplies and medical equipment in support of the people of war-ravaged Lebanon. The consignment was received on the airport tarmac by Mrs. Randa Barri, wife of the Speaker of Lebanese Parliament and Chairperson of the Lebanese Society for the Handicapped and Mohammed Sultan Al Suweidi, UAE Ambassador to Lebanon and a number of officials. Mrs. Barri expressed gratitude to ...  >>MORE

UNICEF lauds UAE efforts in Lebanon

Posted on 23/08/2006

A United Nations Children's Fund official has paid tribute to the UAE for its pledge to reconstruct and rehabilitate schools in south Lebanon and hospitals in Bint Jubeil, Marjayoun and Al Arqoub. Omar Shehadeh, UNICEF Regional Donor Relations Officer, has disclosed that a series of meetings would be held between representatives of the Lebanese government and the Ministry of Education to chalk out a plan to determine which schools need full reconstruction or full or partial maintenance. A ...  >>MORE

Three relief planes arrive in Beirut

Posted on 22/08/2006

Beirut - Three UAE relief planes arrived in Beirut yesterday carrying a total of 70 tonnes of relief supplies. This in addition to some 150 tonnes of relief items shipped to Beirut via the sea by the Red Crescent Society (RCS). This latest consignment will bring the volume of UAE aid to 220 tonnes. "As ordered by President H.H Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, we will send two planes laden with relief supplies daily. Rehabilitation of schools and hospitals will also continue", said ...  >>MORE

Trillion For Lebanon campaign launched

Posted on 22/08/2006

A group of Lebanese residents of Dubai have launched a campaign to raise one trillion Lebanese pounds (Dh2.54 billion) to help rebuild Lebanon following the widespread destruction caused by Israel's war on the country. The Trillion for Lebanon campaign (TFL), which is backed by the Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, plans to raise the amount through numerous fund-raising projects over an extended period. The head of the campaign, who preferred ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed receives Japanese Agriculture Minister

Posted on 20/08/2006

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces received in Abu Dhabi yesterday Shoichi Nakagawa, the visiting Japanese Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries. They reviewed the progress of bilateral relations and means of enhancing economic cooperation in the light of commencement of Japan-GCC free trade agreement negotiations. Sheikh Mohammed lauded the distinguished relations linking the UAE and Japan. ...  >>MORE

UAE aid to Lebanon to continue, says envoy

Posted on 20/08/2006

Beirut - The UAE will continue its humanitarian aid to the post conflict Lebanon, according to UAE ambassador to Lebanon. "As ordered by President H.H Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, we will send two planes laden with relief supplies daily. Rehabilitation of schools and hospitals will also continue", said Mohammed Sultan Saif Al Suweidi, UAE ambassador to Lebanon. Suweidi added that the Lebanese society was appreciative of the support provided by the UAE during the month-long conflict in ...  >>MORE

Beirut Port to receive UAE ship tomorrow

Posted on 20/08/2006

Beirut - A UAE ship is expected to berth here at the Beirut Sea Port tomorrow to deliver relief supplies, including food and medical items for the Lebanese people. A number of Lebanese charity and humanitarian organisations, including Caritas, the Farah Foundation, the Rafiq Hariri Foundation and the Lebanese Red Cross Society will take delivery of the items under the supervision of the UAE Relief Agency for onward distribution to the affected people in Lebanon. Two planes from the UAE ...  >>MORE

Lending a hand to clean up oil spill

Posted on 20/08/2006

Dubai-based environmentalists are preparing to head to Lebanon to help with one side effect of the war environmental pollution. Israel's attacks on fuel tanks at the Jiyeh power station caused a 10,000-tonne oil spill into the Mediterranean Sea, which could not be cleaned up because of the fighting The Emirates Diving Association is preparing to travel to Lebanon as soon as possible to assist ecologists with expertise and equipment to cope with oil spills and hazardous marine waste caused ...  >>MORE

UAE RCS continue relief operations for displaced Lebanese

Posted on 19/08/2006

In an effort to boost its humanitarian relief operations in war-ravaged Lebanon pursuant to the ceasefire in the southern areas, the UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) is intensifying its activities to help displaced Lebanese citizens who are returning to their homes. RCS aims to improve the humanitarian conditions of those who were forced by the Israeli aggression to leave their homes and villages to other parts of the country. Meanwhile, RCS's humanitarian posts on main highways to Lebanese ...  >>MORE

UAE relief plane No. 35th arrives in Beirut

Posted on 19/08/2006

Beirut - A UAE plane carrying 15 tons of relief medical and food aid landed here yesterday at the Rafiq Al Hariri International Airport as part of an air-bridge between the UAE and Lebanon to deliver relief supplies to the Lebanese people. Members of the UAE Relief Committee and members of the UAE embassy in Beirut received the relief supplies on the Airport's tarmac. The UAE relief bridge to Lebanon has dispatched so far some 35 planes to the war-ravaged country. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

UAE pledges to rebuild devastated schools and hospitals in S. Lebanon

Posted on 19/08/2006

Under instructions of President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and out of his firm keenness to alleviate suffering of the brotherly Lebanese people and contribute in reconstruction of basic infrastructure destroyed by the Israeli aggression, H.H .Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has ordered the reconstruction and rehabilitation of schools in southern Lebanon and hospitals at Bint Jubail, Marjayoun and Al Arqoub at the expense of ...  >>MORE

Lebanese paper hails UAE support

Posted on 19/08/2006

Beirut - A leading Lebanese daily today commended the UAE for its steadfast support to Lebanon during its recent ordeal. "As it was the case in the past, our brothers in the Gulf region, particularly in the UAE, were there for us during our recent ordeal. The UAE stance was typical of this great nation which was founded by one of the greatest leaders and philanthropists, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan", said Al Anwar newspaper. The paper paid a special tribute to President H.H ...  >>MORE

RCS spends Dh35 million on Lebanon relief programme

Posted on 19/08/2006

The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) has so far spent a total amount of Dh34,951,598 on its relief programme for the Lebanese people. The amount covered the relief assistance delivered by air and sea to Lebanon since the beginning of the crisis. The RCS is currently intensifying its efforts, seizing the opportunity provided by the ceasefire, to provide for those returning to their destroyed homes their needs to help alleviate their sufferings. Having set up a number of centres along the ...  >>MORE

UAE planes deliver relief supplies to Beirut

Posted on 16/08/2006

Beirut - Two UAE planes carrying 30 tonnes of relief supplies landed today at Rafik Hariri International Airport, as part of an air-bridge to the war-battered country. The consignment of medical and food supplies was delivered to the concerned authorities for distribution to the Lebanese people displaced by the Israeli aggression. More relief is expected to be delivered in the coming days as part of the UAE air-bridge. A ship load of 2,500 tons is due to arrive by the week end. (Emirates News ...  >>MORE

Telethon to raise money for Lebanon brings in Dh41m

Posted on 16/08/2006

The majority of the funds pledged during the recent telethon Towards Healing Lebanon's Wounds has been collected, according to the Mohammad Bin Rashid Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, one of the event's main organisers. Of the Dh54 million raised on July 28, more than Dh41 million has now been collected, and is being dispensed towards the wide range of humanitarian efforts being carried out by the foundation, as well as the UAE Red Crescent Authority (RCA). The funds were raised in ...  >>MORE

Relief materials sent to Lebanon

Posted on 15/08/2006

Beirut - Two military planes carrying 30 tonnes of relief supplies and medical items arrived yesterday in the Lebanese capital, as part of an air-bridge to the war-battered country. The operation is part of an air bridge launched under the directives of President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

RCS' 2500-ton humanitarian relief ship leaves for Lebanon

Posted on 15/08/2006

A UAE ship carrying 2500 ton of humanitarian relief consignment has left for Beirut seaport yesterday. Valued at Dh3 million and consisting of food packages, baby milk, blankets, tents, medications and other relief materials from the UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS), the consignment is aimed to alleviate the suffering of displaced populations in war-ravaged Lebanon and is in line with the directives of General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme ...  >>MORE

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UAE's Lebanon school rehabilitation initiative kicks off


Lebanese Health Minister lauds UAE medical team


Sharjah Charity International presents mobile clinic to Lebanon


UAE 'will always support Lebanon'


Emirates Post resumes postal services to Lebanon


RCS to transport 50 tonnes of relief supplies to Lebanon


Lebanon Premier receives UAE envoy


Hamdan briefed on situation in Lebanon


UAE ready to offer help to Lebanon on infrastructure: UAE minister


Lebanese RCS lauds its UAE counterpart


Lebanese Premier thanks Khalifa and Mohammed bin Rashid


Second UAE Ship delivers aid supplies to Beirut


RCS delivers aid to Lebanese fishermen


Health Minister visits injured Lebanese on admission at Zayed Military Hospital


RCS distributes relief items in Bint Jbeil, Tebnin


Lebanon hails UAE


RCS distributes relief materials in Qana


Finance House donates Dh2 million in support of Lebanon


UAE aid projects to help rebuild Lebanon soon


RCS launches mobile hospitals in Lebanon


UAE plane delivers 40 tons of relief supply to Lebanon


UAE Relief Committee distributes aid in Southern Beirut


Giving hand to Lebanon is a national duty: Nahyan


UAE divers to answer Lebanon’s call for help


Another UAE aid plane arrives in Beirut


UNICEF lauds UAE efforts in Lebanon


Three relief planes arrive in Beirut


Trillion For Lebanon campaign launched


Mohammed bin Zayed receives Japanese Agriculture Minister


UAE aid to Lebanon to continue, says envoy


Beirut Port to receive UAE ship tomorrow


Lending a hand to clean up oil spill


UAE RCS continue relief operations for displaced Lebanese


UAE relief plane No. 35th arrives in Beirut


UAE pledges to rebuild devastated schools and hospitals in S. Lebanon


Lebanese paper hails UAE support


RCS spends Dh35 million on Lebanon relief programme


UAE planes deliver relief supplies to Beirut


Telethon to raise money for Lebanon brings in Dh41m


Relief materials sent to Lebanon


RCS' 2500-ton humanitarian relief ship leaves for Lebanon