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KUWAIT: Health Minister Dr Ahmad Al-Awadhi hailed the efforts of the volunteer medical team of the Kuwait Red Crescent Society that performed delicate surgical operations on the injured and wounded in Gaza. Awadhi told KUNA after the medical team’s return that this initiative is the first in the Gulf and the culmination of coordination between public benefit associations in Kuwait and humanitarian associations and organizations in Egypt and Palestine.

The minister affirmed that the medical team performed its work with full dedication and sincerity, expressing his pride in its efforts in treating the wounded and injured. He also praised Kuwait’s firm position in supporting the Palestinian people by providing medical, food aid and urgent shelter for those affected in the Gaza Strip.

Chairman of Kuwait Red Crescent Society Dr Hilal Al-Sayer said the society is keen to provide aid to Gaza, including providing medical personnel to provide the necessary treatment, adding the team’s presence is “a national pride worthy of praise”. The team performed around 23 surgical operations on sick and wounded Palestinians at Kuwait Specialist and Gaza European hospitals. — KUNA

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