Fourth UAE relief aid aircraft arrives in Sudan

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The UAE's fourth relief aid aircraft, carrying 30 tonnes of shelter materials and other essentials, to assist flood-hit Sudan has reached Khartoum.

It follows the directives of UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to establish an air bridge to support the recovery and developmental efforts of those impacted by the floods.

Dr. Ahmed Ali Qalam, Representative of the Ministry of Social Development of Sudan, highlighted how the UAE has always been the first to come to the aid of the Sudanese people.

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