The move comes in the framework of combating black market activities in medicines – Image courtesy
CAIRO - 30 June 2019: Egypt's non-resident Ambassador to Comoros Mohamed Gaber Abul Wafa delivered the medical aid supplies presented by Egypt to Comoros.
The aid supplies are sent via the Egyptian Agency of Partnership for Development to Comoros to help the country that was battered by cyclone Kenneth lately.
Abul Wafa said that Egypt swiftly presented aid to Comoros in light of the special relations binding both countries.
The ambassador also expressed Egypt's aspiration to support the Comoros efforts to achieve development in the country and to serve the interests of the fraternal brotherly people.
For his part, Comoros deputy health minister thanked Egypt for the help it presented to his country.
In May, Egypt has offered urgent medical assistance to Sudan to maintaining security and stability in the sisterly Arab country, according to the Foreign Ministry.
In April 2017, an Egyptian medical convoy including four doctors and a medical equipment engineer in ophthalmology was sent to Eritrea, and shipment included 750 cartons of food, three bales of medicine and medical supplies weighing nine tons were sent to Somalia.