Morocco Provides Humanitarian Aid to Panama after Hurricane Eta
Panama City – Morocco’s ambassador to Panama, Oumama Aouad, handed a humanitarian aid, on behalf of the Kingdom, to the First Lady of Panama, Yasmin Colon Cortizo, following the devastation caused by the passage of hurricane Eta which hit several countries in Central America and the Caribbean.
The handing over of this aid, which includes hygiene products and basic necessities intended for the affected population, took place during a ceremony held in the presence of the Panamanian ministers of Social Development and Labor, and of the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, says a release from the Moroccan representation in Panama.
Speaking on this occasion, the First Lady of Panama thanked Morocco for its generous contribution towards the Panamanian people bereaved by the devastating passage of this hurricane.
“This humanitarian aid was highly appreciated by the representatives of the Panamanian government and public opinion who praised the Kingdom’s solidarity with the victims of the hurricane,” the release adds.
Faithful to its humanitarian values and its solidarity spirit, under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, Morocco is among the first countries to provide humanitarian assistance to the Panamanian victims of the hurricane.