Doctors Without Borders ask Iran to provide health care in 20 countries

Tehran, June 29, The Iran Project – Doctors Without Borders in France asked Iran to provide health care in 20 countries, IRCS Managing Director announced, adding that international pressure is needed to create a safe path to help Yemen.

After visiting the President of Doctors Without Borders in France, Iran’s Red Crescent Society (IRCS) Managing Director Seyed Amir Mohsen Ziyaee said DWB, the only active international organization in war-torn Yemen, asked Iran to expand its health services in 20 countries.

Also, referring to the head of DWB’s concern over the inappropriate paths for sending humanitarian aides to Yemen, Ziyaee said international pressures should be increased to create a safe path to send aid to this country.

Iranian Red Crescent Society has already dispatched humanitarian and medical aids to Yemen.