ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirate- Seventy-four injured Yemenis and their companions, headed to India, to receive medical treatment at hospitals there.
The UAE Embassy in India has taken the necessary preparations, to receive the wounded and to transfer them to hospitals for treatment.
The embassy also has formed a number of committees to follow-up, supervise and communicate with the patients, and to provide them with amenities.
The UAE has launched a number of similar initiatives, including paying the expenses of medical treatment for 1,500 injured Yemenis and their companions in Jordan, Sudan and India, under the supervision of the Emirates Red Crescent.
The UAE has also sent medical and relief convoys, to support the people of Yemen.
The humanitarian initiative comes, within the framework of the attention paid by the leadership to the Yemeni people, which seeks to alleviate their suffering, improve their humanitarian conditions and support them against the crimes committed by the militia.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK