Algeria sends humanitarian aid to Mali

Algeria has sent on Monday a humanitarian aid consisting of 108 tons of foodstuff and 400,000 doses of anti-Covid-19 vaccine to Mali under the solidarity of Algeria with neighboring countries, the National Defense Ministry said in a communiqué.

The shipment and transport of this humanitarian aid was carried out at the air base of Boufarik (1st Military Region) on board military cargo planes of the Algerian Air Force in the destination of the airport of Bamako in Mali.

This is the first phase of this humanitarian aid, a donation from the Algerian Red Crescent to the Malian Red Crescent, which included the sending of 23 tons of food and 300,000 doses of anti-Covid-19 vaccine.

This surge of solidarity aims to “strengthen the ties of friendship and cooperation between the two brotherly Algerian and Malian peoples,” said the statement of the National Defense Ministry.

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