Iran sent 40 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Libya, affected by floods

The Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has sent 40 tonnes of humanitarian assistance to help those affected by flash flooding in eastern Libya.

Iran (IMNA) - The assistance includes relief tents, blankets, sanitary items, and food packages. Three IRCS rescue and relief teams have also been dispatched to distribute the items. The IRCS sees it as their duty to help victims of incidents and the needy. The Libyan Red Crescent reports that over 11,000 people have lost their lives and 10,100 are missing due to the storm. The city of Derna has been particularly affected, with heavy rainfall causing the collapse of dams and significant damage to the area.

Heavy rainfall in the northeastern city of Derna, Libya, led to the collapse of two dams, causing significant damage and loss of life. The city has been declared a disaster zone, with electricity and communication services disrupted. The Iranian Red Crescent Society and the Iranian government have expressed their readiness to provide humanitarian relief, medical assistance, and supplies to the affected areas.

The Iranian government is ready to provide relief aid and medical assistance to areas affected by floods in Libya.

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