Italy provides ambulances to several Libyan hospitals

Italian ambassador attends the handover of the ambulances. [Photo: Social Media]
The Italian Embassy in Libya has given highly equipped ambulances to cities and towns in several areas of the conflict-wracked country, it was announced on Monday.

The ambulances will go into service in the northwest town of Garabulli, Al-Zawiya, Sabha and Ubari in southwestern Libya, as well as the southeast city of Kufra and to the Children’s Hospital in the capital, Tripoli, according to a Facebook post by the Local Government Ministry.

Italy’s Ambassador to Libya, Giuseppe Buccino, Libya’s Health Minister Hamidd Bin Omar and Local Government Minister Milad Al-Taher attended a ceremony to mark the handover of the ambulances.
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