Japan, Iran, and Bangladesh have collaborated to create a humanitarian air bridge to deliver emergency aid to flood-affected areas in Libya.
Libya's Foreign Ministry has assigned the Department for Asia and Australia Affairs to coordinate with the respective embassies of the concerned countries in Libya to ensure access and delivery of the aid.
A flight carrying 50 tons of urgent logistical materials will arrive in Benghazi on Sunday, following coordination with the Chinese Embassy in Libya, the ministry added.
The Chinese Red Cross and the Thai Foreign Ministry have also provided financial aid to the Libyan Red Crescent.
Meanwhile, Australia has pledged $1 million for relief work, while South Korea committed $2 million to the United Nations program in Libya.
The ministry indicated that it is working with the Emergency and Response Team to facilitate the procedures for the arrival of rescue and relief teams from various countries worldwide.