Kuwait's solidarity with the Libyan people
The State of Kuwait has been known since ancient times as an oasis of kindness and peace, both in its words and in its deeds. He has never neglected to provide help and assistance to those in need, whether they are Arab, African or other nationalities and peoples and countries. The morality of helping the needy and destitute was instilled in the souls of Kuwaiti children, becoming an integral part of their behavior. The Kuwaiti people are known for their benevolence and commitment to humanitarian well-being. No humanitarian or charitable issue is discussed in societies without the name of the State of Kuwait being mentioned, thereby demonstrating its value and dignity as an entity trusted to bring joy to hearts and minds. lips.
From the first moments of the disaster that struck the city of Derna, particularly in Libya, our Highness the Amir of the country, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, directed, may God protect him, the supply of help for our brothers affected by Hurricane Daniel in Libya. An airlift was established to provide emergency medical assistance. The fifth flight of this airlift was launched today from Abdullah Al-Mubarak Air Base, carrying more than 10 tons of aid in cooperation between the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Under the supervision of the Al Salam Charitable and Humanitarian Association, in cooperation with the International Islamic Charity Organization, more than 20 city sterilization devices against epidemics and viruses, more than 10,000 bags for the deceased, as well as high-quality protective clothing for those recovering, were transported, in addition to masks and other urgent preventive medical supplies. The plane will fly to Balina Airport in the city of Benghazi, Libya.
Just as the State of Kuwait continued a few days ago to provide assistance to our brothers in the Kingdom of Morocco through another airlift in solidarity with those affected by the earthquake, the airlift directed towards our brothers of Libya will continue until the crisis subsides.
At the Global Anti-Corruption Security Organization (OMSAC), we call on all our members, supporters and partners to mobilize and pool their resources and skills to provide effective and appropriate support to the Libyan people during this time of crisis. We renew our call on all to ensure that this aid is delivered through official channels in affected countries, to prevent fraud and ensure that aid reaches those who need it among those affected. We emphasize the need to ensure transparency and justice in the distribution of aid, so that as many people as possible can benefit.
Crises require the world to join forces and increase partnerships to mitigate their severity and address their negative repercussions. Together, we can give hope to those affected and help them recover and return to normal life after the crisis.
Dr. Ali Al-Hajras
Head of the International Relations Department
Global Security Organization Against Corruption