UAE begins aid distribution in Al Mukalla city in Yemen
The first airplane carrying aid for the people of Al Mukalla landed today in Riyan airport. It contained 20 tons of medicines and medical accessories from the UAE Red Crescent.
The UAE has begun sending aid material to Al Mukalla City in Yemen. This is a part of the efforts of the Arab coalition for supporting legitimacy in Yemen to extend humanitarian assistance to the people of Hadramaut, which was recently liberated from the control of the terrorist outfit Al Qaeda.
The first airplane carrying aid for the people of Al Mukalla landed today in Riyan airport. It contained 20 tons of medicines and medical accessories from the UAE Red Crescent. This is aimed at alleviating the sufferings of the people of Al Mukalla, who were facing a brutal siege for several months.
The humanitarian aid from the UAE came as part of the concerted drive to restore the liberated areas of the war-torn country to normalcy, especially in terms of health, education, power, water and sanitation.
The people of Al Mukalla expressed their deep sense of appreciation for the timely humanitarian help from the Arab coalition and the UAE in light of the debilitating challenges facing the country. They stressed that the move by UAE Red Crescent did have a tangible effect on the ground in terms of strengthening the ability of the Yemeni people to deal with the hardships.
The people of Al Mukalla poured out their sincere emotions towards the UAE and its prudent leadership for standing by them during the trying times. They hailed the UAE Red Crescent's outstanding program for ameliorating the plight of the people of the country in diverse spheres of life, including development, health, education, essential services, power and water.
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