Tunisia Takes Delivery of Medical Supplies From Tunisian Expats, Sent From Italy

Tunis/Tunisia — Tunisia Saturday took delivery of medical equipment and supplies, oxygen concentrators, a modern ambulance and the first batch of medical oxygen, coming from Italy, under an initiative of Tunisian expatriates to support their country in fighting COVID-19, said the Presidency of the Republic.

The Presidency, in a statement, expressed gratitude for this historic help in this perilous situation.

A reception ceremony was held in the presence of Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad Othman Jarandi, senior adviser to the President of the Republic, in charge of the permanent secretariat of the National Security Council Abderaouf Atallah, Director General of Military Health Moustafa Ferjani, and Italian ambassador to Tunisia Lorenzo Fanara.

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