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UAE to provide urgent aid to flood victims in Sudan

President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan has authorized the distribution of AED 25 million in immediate humanitarian aid to people impacted and displaced due to excessive rains and floods in Sudan.

The direction of President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed to offer such aid is a demonstration of the UAE and its citizens’ sympathy for the Sudanese people in such difficult conditions.

The help is also intended to assist Sudan in controlling the effects of the heavy rains that inundated a large portion of the nation.

This action is in line with the UAE’s policy and humanitarian mission to lend a helping hand to underprivileged communities around the world through relief and humanitarian programs and projects that help lessen their suffering and fuel their development efforts. It attests to the deep-rooted relations that the two countries share.

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The amount of support provided by the UAE to Sudan as a result of the flooding is thought to be the largest foreign assistance provided by the UAE to nations affected by natural catastrophes this year. The UAE’s assistance will lessen the losses of homes, livestock owners, and agricultural lands.

The UAE is the only nation that, in accordance with the principles it declared, does not attach its assistance to the foreign policy preferences of other nations, and it has given aid to Iran in Corona despite Iran’s different foreign policy from that of the UAE in order to “answer to the skeptics.”

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