Morocco sends humanitarian aid to Madagascar after cyclone Ava

During the cyclone there were 51 deaths and there were thousands of displaced persons and the King of Morocco sent humanitarian aid

Morocco sends humanitarian aid to Madagascar after cyclone Ava. King Mohammed VI has given instructions Thursday to send humanitarian aid to Madagascar, after the tropical cyclone Ava that on 5 and 6 January crossed Madagascar, especially the East coast of the island. At the cyclone fell 51 dead, 22 people were reported missing and thousands of displaced persons.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and international cooperation has in a statement expressed the view that this humanitarian aid consists of 30 tonnes of tents, blankets and basic foodstuffs. It was on board two planes of the Royal Air Force sent, gives Moroccoworldnews."This action is part of the sincere friendship, fruitful cooperation and effective solidarity, which was highlighted during the historic visit of King Mohammed VI in november 2016," adds the statement.The Moroccan King also has the president of the Republic of Madagascar, Rasim Rajaonarimampianina, to the families of the victims and the people of Madagascar are "deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy" shown.

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