Egypt donated medical supplies to South Sudan

The government of Egypt has donated medical supplies to South Sudan. Egyptian Agency medical donation is part of humanitarian intervention to support vulnerable people who need aid assistance.

South Sudan Vice president Rebecca Garang received the medicine. Ambassador Dr.  Mohamed Kaddah, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Juba, delivered the first batch of medical donations on Wednesday.

Diplomat said delivery medicines aimed to alleviate the humanitarian’s suffering in the displaced people’s South Sudan centers.

The Egyptian ambassador to South Sudan said Egypt is standing by South Sudan in light of the humanitarian crisis. He enlightened that the Egyptian Agency’s rapid response on developmental associate was the formal appeal for assistance from South Sudan’s government.

Ambassador of Egypt appreciated vice president Rebecca Garang’s “tireless efforts to face the repercussions of the humanitarian crisis and her supervision of the distribution of the Egyptian aid to the affected people.”

In the statement extended to the radio community, Rebecca Garang was quoted voicing her gratitude for the Egyptian government’s speedy response to her country’s affected vulnerable people.

Mrs. Garang says, “Egypt is always on the frontline among the first countries to respond to their needs, and such positions reflect the strength eternal brotherly relations between the two countries.”

The embassy promised that the second batch of aid assistants is anticipated to arrive soon in South Sudan. They did not specify when the second batch shall arrive.

Egyptian says anticipated food supplies will reflect the spirit of solidarity between the two brotherly countries in the current humanitarian crisis, of which about 8 million South Sudanese citizens are affected.