Somalia: Italian foreign office sends aid

Franco Frattini, Italian foreign ministry, has sent a flight full of medical drugs destined to Somalian hospitals to ease the suffering population endangered by the on-going conflicts.

The news comes from a press release from the Italian foreign office.

“Answering the call of Somalia’s Prime Minister, Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke, [Frattini] has sent a flight with sanitary products valued 300,000 euro”, as written in a press release by the Foreign Office.

The flight has already arrived in Nairobi and it has been taken the Somali authorities who shared the products among the hospitals of the country “of Keysianey, Banadir, Madina, Al Hayat and Daiynile of Mogadiscio”, as specified in the Italian foreign ministry press release.

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