Jordanian rescue team heads to Libya’s aid

Jordanian International Search and Rescue Team
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AMMAN — The Jordanian International Search and Rescue Team has been deployed to Libya on Thursday, responding to the urgent call for assistance due to the recent floods. This mission aligns with the royal directive to aid our brothers and sisters affected by the devastating floods in Libya.اضافة اعلان

The team comprises 88 dedicated members, including 5 doctors from the Royal Medical Services, ready to provide vital assistance on the ground.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, in close coordination with the Jordanian Armed Forces-Arab Army, the General Security Directorate, and the Jordan Hashemite Charity Organization, has dispatched the second aircraft from the Royal Jordanian Air Force to the sisterly nation of Libya on Thursday, Ammon News reported.

This aircraft carries the highly skilled Jordanian International Search and Rescue Team, along with essential logistical and medical relief supplies.

Their most recent involvement was in the search and rescue efforts following the earthquakes that struck Turkey in February of this year.

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