Libya, Algeria Send Medical Team To Mozambique

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TRIPOLI, Libya (PANA) - A joint Libyan and Algerian medical team left Tripoli Thursday for Mozambique to help the country's flood victims.
The doctors, technicians and nurses carried a shipment of supplies, including drugs and equipment needed in the emergency that has befallen Mozambique in the aftermath of the floods.

This humanitarian gestures falls within the framework of a joint programme between the two states aimed at helping the flood-stricken people in Southern Africa.

Libya 5 March launched a three-day airlift of emergency supplies from Tripoli to Maputo.

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