The Egyptian government is committed to providing all means of support to Sudan in the aftermath of heavy rains and flooding that have affected several parts of the country, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli said.
Madbouli chaired a meeting Sunday to follow up urgent relief efforts exerted by the Ministry of Social Solidarity in cooperation with non-governmental organizations to help the Sudanese people in such hard time.
The premier expressed the hope Sudan would overcome its current crisis soon to proceed with its development march and joint projects in various domains.
Meanwhile, Social Solidarity Minister Nevine El Kabbaj highlighted efforts exerted by the ministry in coordination with NGOs to provide urgent relief supplies to flood-hit areas, including 184 tons of foodstuffs and 100 tents weighing 4 tons in total.
Commending the positive role played by civil societies in support of the Sudanese people, the minister extended special thanks to the Egyptian Red Crescent, Misr El Kheir Foundation, Resala Charity Organization, Mostafa Mahmoud Charity Association, the Egyptian Food Bank, Al-Orman Charity Association, and the Righteousness and Piety Association.
Source: State Information Service Egypt