Libya has delivered vital aid to Sudan, as the ongoing conflict has driven over two million people from their homes since it broke out last April.
A statement by Libya's Foreign Ministry said that an aircraft carrying 14 tonnes of crucial medical aid arrived at Port Sudan on Tuesday morning.
"The shipment, provided by the Government of National Unity (GNU), comes within the framework of Libya's support for the brotherly Sudanese people, and based on the brotherly and humanitarian responsibility in these difficult circumstances the country is seeing," the Foreign Ministry stated.
The conflict between Sudan's army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) has killed more than 2,000 people since its outbreak in mid-April.
FM Najla Al-Manqoush has repeatedly affirmed Libya's readiness to support mediation efforts between the conflicting parties in Sudan, as well as humanitarian efforts that seek to alleviate the suffering of the Sudanese people.