The Humanitarian Campaign Of The UAE Aids Sudan To Deal Floods
Sudanese people are suffering from the severe rains & Sudan floods. The UAE President released relief campaigns to aid the country immediately.
The immediate provision of AED 25 million for humanitarian relief has been ordered by UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
In order to lessen their suffering and enhance their living conditions, he ordered support missions to be given to individuals in Sudan who had been afflicted by the severe rains and floods and who had been forced to relocate their homes.
The directions of UAE President Sheikh Mohamed to offer such aid are a demonstration of the Emirates and its people’s solidarity with the Sudanese people in such desperate conditions.
The help is also intended to assist Sudan in controlling the effects of the heavy rains that inundated a large portion of the nation.
UAE’s Humanitarian Mission
This action is in line with UAE policy and attests to the solid relationships the two nations have with one another. Such activities will encourage citizens’ development efforts and aid to lessen their hardship.
Emirates humanitarian objective is to lend a hand to needy populations all over the world through initiatives and relief operations.
Historical Relations Between UAE & Sudan
With the aid of Sudan and the continuance of the strategy during the rule of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, the Emirates have maintained their historical position from the time of Sheikh Zayed and Sheikh Khalifa.
UAE Supported Sudan Wholeheartedly
The amount of support provided by the UAE to Sudan as a result of the Sudan floods is thought to be the largest foreign assistance provided by the UAE to nations affected by natural catastrophes this year.
The UAE’s assistance will lessen the losses of homes, livestock owners, and agricultural lands.
The Patron Of Middle East Countries
The UAE is the only nation that, in accordance with the principles it declared, does not attach its help to the political policies of any nation.
The country has even given aid to Iran, a nation whose foreign policy varies with the Emirates during the COVID pandemic, without having any political intentions for doing so.