The Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD) welcomed on Thursday, the decision of HM King Mohammed VI to send emergency medical aid to Tunisia, including two complete and autonomous resuscitation units with a total capacity of 100 beds. “CEN-SAD welcomed with joy the decision of His Majesty Mohammed VI, King of Morocco, to send to the Republic of Tunisia two complete resuscitation units, including hundred beds, for the brotherly people of Tunisia,” the CEN-SAD said in a statement. This initiative reflects “the generosity and human spirit of the Moroccan Sovereign, who has always been swift to help and rescue people in distress both in his country and beyond the Kingdom’s borders,” the statement noted. CEN-SAD stated that this move is part of the solidarity bonds between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Tunisia and reflects authentic brotherhood that unites the peoples of both countries. “This aid comes at a time when Tunisia is experiencing significant difficulties in its health system,” it added. The community called upon all CEN-SAD member countries to support the Tunisian Republic in this difficult ordeal to “effectively” overcome the Covid-19 pandemic.
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