Kuwait's KRCS sends relief plane to Djibouti

Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) on Saturday sent a plane, carrying humanitarian aid, to Djibouti to help those affected by the rains and floods.
In a statement to KUNA, KRCS Director of Disasters Management Department, Youssef Al-Maraj, said that the plane included tents, clothes, water pumps, blankets and first aid bags to help the friendly country to face the effects of the floods that swept the country recently.
The plane departed from Abdullah Al-Mubarak air base carrying 18 tons of humanitarian aids as well as several volunteers, he added.
Al-Maraj stressed the full cooperation with Kuwait's Embassy in Djibouti and the Red Crescent Society there in helping to deliver the aids to the affected people.
He expressed thanks and gratitude to the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for helping to send this plane, stressing KRCS keenness on participating in humanitarian projects. (end)