Upon the directives of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, the Egyptian Armed Forces sent two military jets carrying tons of medical aid to Libya.
The woman is called Nahed Gamal Said and she works as a driver of a cargo tricycle.
Upon the directives of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, the Egyptian Armed Forces sent aid to South Sudan and Yemen.
Egyptian ambassador to Lebanon Yasser Elwi said that this batch was specifically provided to the Lebanese army, adding that it includes ten tons of medical and medicine, in addition to about five tons of food.
The Egyptian national TV aired on Sunday a report about the health aid offered by Egypt to fellow African states.
This comes as per the laws that guarantee social justice, as the services provided by the Social Solidarity Fund include payment of tuition fees, university housing, meals and the purchase of books.
The aid is the third shipment of the Egyptian urgent assistance to the Sudanese people, according to the statement.
Angolan Embassy in Egypt said the aid comes within the framework of an initiative from President Abdel Fattah El Sisi that aims to support more than 30 African countries.
Until present, Egypt has supplied 180 tons of food, and baby formula that were transported by 10 planes over batches to Khartoum airport.
The spokesperson revealed in special remarks to the Associated Press that the US suspension reflected the American concern about Ethiopia’s unilateral decision of filling the dam reservoir before reaching a final agreement with Egypt and Sudan.
The plan, which was approved by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, could suspend about $130 million from the aid.
Egypt has already sent US$ 1.6 medical aid to ten African countries to curb the repercussions of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Health Minister Hala Zayed revealed that the new aid shipment consists of 11 tons of medical aid and relief supply.
Beirut Airport received Wednesday a military plane carrying 38 tons of relief and food aid, including 5 tons coming from Egypt.
The Egyptian Red Crescent has supported the Lebanese Red Cross with some of the aid supplies contributed to Lebanon by Egypt in the aftermath of the Beirut port explosions on Aug. 4.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry visited on Tuesday the Egyptian field hospital in Beirut, where he was given full explanation of the healthcare services it provides it the Lebanese people at this troubled time.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry arrived in Beirut Tuesday to show solidarity after Lebanon’s devastating port explosions.
They discussed repercussions of the deadly blast at the Beirut port after it claimed the lives of more than 150 people and injured more than 6,000 others.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi took part on Sunday in a virtual donors’ conference co-hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron and the United Nations, with the aim of obtaining aid for Beirut.
The sum was paid over five years.