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To aid earthquake victims in Afghanistan, the UAE has dispatched three planes carrying a 1,000 square meter field hospital with 75 beds and two operating rooms outfitted with the most modern medical equipment and supplies.
This is part of the ongoing efforts made by the UAE to run an air bridge in the wake of the most recent catastrophe.
In addition, the UAE deployed a medical team and 16 metric tons of supplies to manage the hospital and deliver emergency medical care.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the president, has given instructions to provide emergency relief to individuals impacted by the earthquake.
In an effort to support global efforts to lessen the effects of the recent earthquake in Afghanistan, the UAE has increased its emergency relief assistance to earthquake victims. BKM/ Expat Media
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