15 Tones Medicine, Medical Equipments, Devices and Hardware Were Sent to Somalia 22 May 2013
Under the presidency of Deputy Prime Minister Bekir BOZDAĞ, a committee including Director General of AFAD Dr. Fuat OKTAY, Director General of Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency Presidency (TİKA) Serdar ÇAM, General Director of Turkish Airlines (THY) Temel KOTİL, representatives of some public institutes and non governmental organizations went to Somalia to examine in the region.
As part of the humanitarian aid service to Somalia, medicine, medical equipments, devices, hardware and humanitarian aid material weighted at 15 tones, valued at 290.000 Turkish Liras collected by Turkish Ministry of Health, Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency Presidency (TİKA) and Turkish Red Crescent carried by Turkish Airlines scheduled flight from Istanbul to Mogadishu.
In conjuction with the latest aid material, humanitarian aid material sent to Somalia reached 92.7 million TL weighted 22.128 tones with 16 aircrafts and 8 ships in coordination of AFAD so far today.
Hereby respectfully announced to the public.
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