Under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, and following-up of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, representative of the ruler in the Al Dhafra Region and Chairman of the Emirates Red Crescent Authority, the UAE is providing urgent humanitarian assistance to those affected by the Beirut Port explosion In Lebanon, it includes medicines and medical equipment, nutritional supplements for children, as well as other essential items.
The Emirates Red Crescent Authority has completed its preparations to implement the directions of good leadership, provide aid and send it quickly to Beirut via an aid plane that departs at a later time, and carries the first batch of humanitarian aid to those affected..
The commission affirmed that the directives of the wise leadership embody their interest in the repercussions of the humanitarian disaster that befell the brothers in Lebanon yesterday evening, and their unlimited solidarity with the victims and the injured..
The authority said that focus will be at this stage on medical supplies to enhance the ability of Lebanese health institutions to provide the necessary medical care to the injured, and help them play their role towards them in these circumstances, and in light of the large number of victims and wounded, pointing out that the scale of the disaster has weighed on medical services In Lebanon, therefore, it must be supported and supported, and the obstacles and challenges facing it must be overcome.
The authority indicated that it is working in coordination with the Humanitarian Aid Office at the country’s embassy in Beirut, to determine the priorities in the current phase of aid, and the actual needs of the Lebanese square, especially in the health field, stressing that it will continue to follow the developments of the humanitarian situation there, and will work to alleviate its impact on the brothers in Lebanon.
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