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The Egyptian President directs the army to support the Libyans.


الرئيس المصري يوجه الجيش لدعم الليبيين.. وتعويضات لضحايا العاصفة دانيال

On Wednesday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi directed members of the armed forces heading to Libya to make every effort to mitigate the effects of the humanitarian catastrophe left by Storm Daniel, at a time when a decision was issued to grant compensation to the children of Egyptians who were killed in the storm in Libya.


The Egyptian Presidency’s Facebook page stated:

The President directs the forces and elements heading to Libya to make every effort to mitigate the effects of the humanitarian disaster.

He directs that the Mistral aircraft carrier be prepared to serve as a field hospital, so as not to burden our brothers in Libya.

He extends his sincere condolences to the families of the Egyptian citizens who died in Libya as a result of the hurricane and floods, and directs the provision of urgent aid to their families.

He thanks the state agencies, especially the armed forces, for their tireless efforts and rapid coordination with our brothers in Libya and Morocco to stand by them in this painful ordeal.

Decision to support the children of the deceased

In turn, the Egyptian Minister of Social Solidarity, Nevin Al-Qabbaj, directed that the school and university education expenses of the children of the victims of Storm “Daniel” in Libya be borne for the academic year 2023-2024.

He added that there will be food support for the families of the victims on a monthly basis until they stabilize economically and socially, in implementation of Sisi’s directives.

The Minister of Social Solidarity also directed the disbursement of 25 thousand pounds to each Egyptian citizen injured as a result of the hurricane and floods that recently struck Libya.

She also directed Al-Qabbaj to disburse urgent aid to the families of Egyptian citizens who died in Libya as a result of the hurricane and floods, and ordered Al-Qabbaj to disburse urgent aid to the families of the victims, valued at 100,000 pounds, to the family of each deceased.



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