The assistance provided by the Crown Prince of Fujairah in Sudan.
The UAE Embassy in Sudan has distributed more than 100 tonnes of foodstuffs to some 20,000 people across the various cities of Kassala province, as part of the assistance provided by H.H. Sheikha Latifa Bint Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, wife of the Crown Prince of Fujairah.
The humanitarian aid was distributed by the Emirates Red Crescent, ERC.
The beneficiaries expressed their appreciation to the UAE and the ERC delegation, praising the country's leadership for standing with Sudan. They also wished the UAE and its people further progress and prosperity.
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