IRNA – Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman on Saturday praised Kuwait’s solidarity with Iran and dispatch of humanitarian aids to the flood-hit regions.
The humanitarian aids provided by Kuwait are a sign of this country’s officials moral responsibility and brotherhood among Muslim states in difficult conditions, Bahram Qasemi said.
He made the remarks in an exclusive interview with Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA).
The official noted that the humanitarian aid provided by Kuwait for the Iranian flood victims demonstrated solidarity among neighboring and Muslim regions of the country.
Kuwait’s first humanitarian aid package for flood-stricken in Iran arrived at Imam Khomeini International Airport near Tehran late on Friday.
Kuwait sent its first humanitarian aid to the Iranian flood-stricken people.
The package included powrful water evacuation pumps, pharmaceuticals, foodstuff and other items.
Kuwaiti government’s aid packages are to continue in the upcoming weeks.
The country’s Council of Ministers has assigned the Kuwaiti Red Crescent Society to cooperate with Iran’s foreign ministry to provide relief aid to the flood-stricken people in Iran.