Egypt sends medical aid to Libya- press photo
CAIRO – 29 April 2021- Upon directives of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to continue Egypt’s support for Libya, a military plane loaded with large quantities of medicines and medical supplies was sent to Libya, announced Egypt’s Ministry of Defense on Thursday.
The aid has been provided by the Egyptian Ministry of the population to Libya to ease Libyan citizens' plight against the coronavirus pandemic, the statement added.
On April 14, 2021, two Egyptian military jets carrying tons of medical aid were sent to Libya's Sabha Airport southern the neighboring state.
Egypt has sent, Wednesday a military transport plane loaded with medical and humanitarian supplies to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Earlier this month, the Egyptian Armed Forces sent to Burundi a military jet carrying baby formula as aid.
In March, the Egyptian Armed Forces also sent aid to South Sudan and Yemen. A military jet headed to South Sudan carrying baby formula, while two others landed in Saudi Arabia which in turn delivered the shipment to Yemen. The consignment also consists of baby formula provided by the Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population.
In February, Egypt sent a plane loaded with medical and food supplies to the Lebanese people, within the framework of the Egyptian air bridge to support and assist Lebanon, according to a statement from the Lebanese Ministry of National Defense.