In 2014, the Egyptian government launched a series of projects aimed at protecting Sinai from flash floods.
The rescue mission includes 88 members, of which are 5 doctors from the Royal Medical Services, said spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Sinan Majali.
At least 129 people were killed in the floodings and landslides so far, Reuters reported, noting that the floods also killed six others in Uganda.
In a statement on Wednesday, the Foreign Ministry underlined Egypt's support for Congo in confronting flash floods and landslides that his the country, leaving behind victims and severe structural damage.
In a statement on Wednesday, the Egyptian military spokesman said the planes carried large quantities of tents, blankets, food, medicines, and medical supplies presented by both ministries of defense and health.
Egypt has offered condolences to Bangladesh over victims of floods that hit various parts of the Asian country, leaving scores of people dead and injured.
The program of the concert includes a set of recitations sung by Tohamy.
The convoys, dispatched in cooperation with the Egyptian Food Bank, included 10,000 boxes of foodstuffs and in-kind aid, the foundation said in a press release.
Convoys of the national Tahya Misr Fund have completed for the second day to deliver food, blankets and luggage to those afflicted by recent floods in Upper Egypt’s Aswan.
Concerted efforts are exerted by the Egyptian state in coordination with civil society to provide services and aid to affected areas in Aswan after a wave of bad weather hit hard the city.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry expressed Egypt's full solidarity with the friendly government and people of Greece after the torrential floods that the country is witnessing, which resulted in the displacement of dozens and caused heavy material losses.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi followed up on Saturday on achieving optimum use of wain water and floods in developing rain-fed agriculture.
The floods have claimed the lives of 33 people so far, and displaced thousands of people, Reuters reported. The direct economic losses were estimated at $189 million, it added.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry on Friday expressed sincere condolences to each of Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg over the victims of the “horrific” floods.
In a statement, the authority said it is ready for dealing with any emergency case on the road.
He added that the ministry and its branches will work around the clock to ensure the performance and efficiency of the stations, and to carry out the necessary maintenance.
The aid is the third shipment of the Egyptian urgent assistance to the Sudanese people, according to the statement.
Authorities in the Mediterranean governorate of Alexandria have carried out intensive measures ahead of the wet season, including cleaning rain drains.
The Egyptian government sent Wednesday a military aircraft equipped with medical supplies and foodstuff to Sudan to aid those affected by the devastating floods, as part of the directives of the Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al Sisi.
Sudanese Minister of Labor and Social Development Lina al-Sheikh thanked Egypt for the prompt response in sending aid to support those affected by the floods.