UAE sends emergency aid to flood-hit Iran


The UAE has sent a relief plane to Iran help those affected by the recent floods in the country’s south-western region.

Around 95 tonnes of aid items, including food supplies, clothing and shelter materials have been dispatched.

The relief operations are being carried out by the Emirates Red Crescent in partnership with its Saudi counterpart.

At least 76 people have died since March 31 due to the flooding that was caused by heavy rains.


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