The C-130 aircraft were carrying 4.5 tonnes of drugs, 4,000 blankets and a large quantity of food products, including sugar, rice, flour, milk, tea, coffee, honey, cooking-oil and dates.
The Moroccan ambassador in Algeria, who witnessed the delivery of the assistance, said this initiative testified the existence of fraternal relations existing between the Moroccan and Algerian people.
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