UAE sends aid to flood-hit Seychelles


The UAE has dispatched a plane carrying 50 tonnes of food supplies to support people affected by the recent floods in the Seychelles.

The aircraft was sent in coordination with several humanitarian institutions in the UAE.

Sultan Al Shamsi, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for International Development Affairs, said that the UAE's latest initiative underscores its deep-rooted relations with Seychelles, as well as its commitment to fulfilling its humanitarian responsibilities.

"The UAE remains steadfast in its humanitarian commitments, offering continuous support to ease the impact of various crises. The UAE’s humanitarian response aims to deliver essential food, medications and various relief supplies, tailored to the specific needs of each crisis," he added.

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