(KUNA) – The Red Crescent Society announced on Friday that it has donated 10 fully equipped ambulances, including three mobile blood collection vehicles, for the Lebanese Red Cross. The head of the Red Crescent Society’s mission to Lebanon, Dr. Musaed Al-Anzi, said in a statement to KUNA that the association started its field activities in Beirut by donating respirators to the “Wardia” hospital in the “Ashrafieh” area, which was severely damaged as a result of the explosion that occurred in the port of Beirut.

It will also provide assistance to families. Affected. He indicated that the Crescent had provided respirators, medical equipment, masks and sterile medicines in coordination with the Lebanese Red Cross. And he considered that the donation of ambulances and blood transfusions is an extension of the humanitarian contributions of the Kuwaiti Red Crescent, which is keen to provide them, especially in the current conditions in Lebanon, which are required by the aid and rescue operations. He pointed out that the Kuwaiti Red Crescent team will, tomorrow, provide assistance to other hospitals affected by the explosion. The Kuwaiti Red Crescent Society had transported to Lebanon through a Kuwaiti Air Force plane 36 tons of medical supplies and hospital equipment, in addition to medicines, surgical supplies and equipment related to the corona virus, along with milk for children