Rabat - Two Burkinabe ministers expressed their country’s thanks and deep gratitude for the humanitarian aid granted by Morocco to ease the sufferings of flood-hit victims.
Rabat – Two Burkinabe ministers expressed their country’s thanks and deep gratitude for the humanitarian aid granted by Morocco to ease the sufferings of flood-hit victims.
A plane carrying the first batch of humanitarian aid provided by Morocco, which includes 16 tons of food, medicines and blankets, arrived in Burkina Faso on Tuesday evening.
Minister of Women, National Solidarity and Family, Laure Zongo, expressed on behalf of the government of Burkina Faso, deep appreciation to King Mohammed VI and the Moroccan people for this aid.
“We want to seize this opportunity to say thank you to King Mohammed VI and the Moroccan people,” she told reporters, adding that Burkina Faso and Morocco are brotherly countries who have maintained for decades relations of friendship and brotherhood.
In his turn, Burkina Faso’s minister of infrastructure Eric Wendenmanegha Bougouma hailed “a great gesture of solidarity” and expressed gratitude to king Mohammed VI for the humanitarian aid sent to flood-hit victims.
Morocco will deliver a total of 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Burkina Faso, including food, medicines and blankets.
Floods caused by torrential rainstorms affected thousands of people in Burkina Faso.