UAE NEWS: Under the direction of Mohamed bin Zayed, the UAE to judge emergency aid for people affected by the blast in Lebanon

Under orders from His Majesty Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and the Deputy Chief of Staff of the UAE, the UAE provides emergency humanitarian assistance to those affected by the Beirut Port blast.

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler Representative in Al Dhafra region, and Chairman of Emirates Red Crescent, ERC, will oversee the delivery of this assistance which includes medical equipment and medical equipment, baby food supplements in addition to other essential resources.

The ERC is ready to implement the leadership guidelines, facilitate security and dispatch an immediate airline to Beirut with the assistance of a subsequent aircraft.

The ERC said the planes would carry out the first phase of humanitarian assistance to those affected in Lebanon.

The ERC has confirmed that the leadership guidelines include their interest in the labor crisis crisis in Lebanon last night, and their solidarity with those who have been traumatized and injured.

He said there would be a greater focus on medical care to help Lebanese health facilities provide the necessary care for the injured and help them play their role in a variety of situations, given the high number of deaths and injuries. He also pointed out that the scale of the disaster is too heavy for medical services in Lebanon, and therefore, it must be supported, and the challenges and challenges it faces must be overcome.

The ERC has indicated that it is meeting with the Human Resources Office at the UAE Embassy in Beirut, to find priorities in the current relief sector, as well as the real needs of Lebanon, especially in the health sector. He stressed that we will continue to look at the emergence of a humanitarian situation there, and will work to reduce its impact on the Lebanese brothers.

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