The General Secretariat of the Libyan Red Crescent Society confirmed Monday, the reception of about 1,200 food packets at its branch in Kufra Municipality, southeast of Libya, to be distributed to deserving families in the area.
The Secretariat explained, via its Facebook page that the aid was provided by the World Food Program (WFP), pointing out that the shipment will be distributed to the needy families, registered with the Red Crescent branch in Kufra.
Additionally, a fifth group of Sudanese nationals repatriated from Libya, which consist of 153 migrants has arrived at Khartoum Airport. The migrants were reportedly gathered from accommodation centres for migrants in Libya, as part of the Joint European Initiative to protect migrants, with funding from the European Union and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).
This takes part of the plan by the GNA Interior Ministry to close down the migration centres in Misurata, Khoms, and Tajoura.