The Qatar Red Crescent (QRC) has provided support to the victims of the Mogadishu bombings, which took place about two weeks ago, and they are currently being treated in hospitals in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum.
QRC Secretary-General Ali bin Hassan al-Hammadi visited the victims of the recent terrorist bombings in the Somali capital Mogadishu, who were transferred for treatment in Sudanese hospitals, where he provided support for the wounded, wishing them quick recovery, and expressed hope that Somalia would return to stability soon, the QRC said in a statement yesterday.
The wounded expressed their thanks and gratitude to the QRC.
Al-Hammadi said in a press statement that the efforts of Qatar will continue to provide assistance to the wounded, pointing to the close co-operation between the Qatari Red Crescent and its Sudanese counterpart in all areas of humanitarian work.
QRC secretary-general noted the projects carried out by the QRC in Sudan, based on the historic relations between the two countries. He also expressed his thanks and appreciation to the government of the Sudan for its role in hosting and treating wounded Somalis.
For his part, Sudan Red Crescent Secretary-General Dr Othman Jafar Abdullah praised the role played by the Qatari Red Crescent in supporting humanitarian and charitable work throughout the world, adding that the initiative to host the wounded Somalis came from Qatar.