In conformity with the instructions of HM King Mohammed VI and as part of Morocco’s active solidarity with the brotherly African countries, Morocco sent Tuesday to flood-hit Burkina Faso its first batch of humanitarian aid.
A plane carrying the first batch of humanitarian aid granted by Morocco, which includes 16 tons of food, medicines and blankets, arrived in Burkina Faso on Tuesday.
Five other planes carrying a total of 80 tons of Humanitarian aid are expected to land at the Ouagadougou International Airport as of Wednesday, Morocco’s embassy in Burkina Faso told MAP.
The kingdom’s support had been provided following a request from Burkina Faso’s government to ease the sufferings of victims of floods in the country.
Morocco will deliver a total of 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Burkina Faso, including food, medicines and blankets.