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Embassy thanks UAE for sending tons of medical supplies to the frontliners in Philippines

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The Philippine Embassy in UAE thanks the host country and its leaders for sending aid to the Philippines much-needed medical assistance for the frontliners.

The UAE government has sent a total of 7 tons of medical supplies and are expected to arrive in Manila on April 29.

“The Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi thanks the UAE for once again showing what genuine friendship means, as a UAE plane carrying 7 tons of much-needed medical assistance for the Philippines arrive in Manila on 29 April 2020.”

“Shukran and Ramadan Kareem to our UAE brothers and sisters,” the statement read.

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