Egypt sends omnifold aid quantities requested by Sudan during flood crisis: Sudanese min.

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Fri, 11 Sep 2020 - 10:53 GMT

FILE - Egypt sends more relief planes to Sudan, S.Sudan over deadly floods - Military spokesman's Facebook page

FILE - Egypt sends more relief planes to Sudan, S.Sudan over deadly floods - Military spokesman's Facebook page

CAIRO – 11 September 2020: Sudanese Minister of Culture and Media and Spokesperson of the Sudanese Government Faisal Saleh told press that Egypt gave his country omnifold the quantities of staples Sudan had asked for during the recent flood crisis.

 

Saleh added Thursday while receiving aid shipments that Egypt promised to continue the air bridge. Until present, Egypt has supplied 180 tons of food, and baby formula that were transported by 10 planes over batches to Khartoum airport. The delivery of aids will resume Saturday.

 

Egyptian Health Minister Hala Zayed arrived in Khartoum Tuesday, upon directives from President Abdel Fattah El Sisi leading a high-profile medical delegation to offer medical assistance and help Sudanese to combat the torrential floods which hit the country recently.

 

The delegation groups 20 physicians of various specialties in addition to a nursing staff, Spokesman for the Health Ministry Khaled Megahed said, adding that Sudanese Health Minister Osama Abdel Rahim will receive the Egyptian delegation at Khartoum Airport.

 

Amal Al Fateh, a Senior official of the Sudanese Health Ministry expressed her happiness as a result of Zayed visit, saying that it reflects the two countries deep and historical relations.

 

She added in her speech that the talks will shed light on the possible cooperation between the two countries to confront the effects of the current torrents and floods, explaining that the Egyptian air bridge to transport aid to Sudan to cope with torrents and floods is an extension of the previous bridge in light of the Corona pandemic.

 

The Sudanese delegation thanked President Sisi for his decision to send relief assistance to Sudan.

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