indonesian aid

Indonesia has dispatched a plane carrying 45 tons of humanitarian aid, worth one million dollars, in response to the flood disaster that struck several Libyan cities, including Derna.

The shipment arrived in Benghazi last Monday, October 2, carrying tents, electricity generators, mattresses, clothing, shrouds, body bags, solar lamps, ready-to-eat food items, and baby formula.

The Indonesian team, led by BNPB Principal Secretary Rustian, was comprised of representatives of relevant ministries and institutions in Indonesia.

Meanwhile, the Libyan Red Crescent and the Red Cross welcomed the Indosian initiative as they received the aid to facilitate its delivery.

Omar Budbous, the Secretary-General of the Red Crescent in Benghazi, expressed his gratitude to the Indonesian people and government for their concern and support for the Libyan people during these challenging times.

He commended the Indonesian response, stating that it holds great significance for those affected by the disaster in Libya, especially Derna.